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Also Known As: Died: January 22, 1994
Born: September 8, 1910 Cause of Death: heart failure
Birth Place: France Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Le Testament du Docteur Cordelier (1990) as Dr Cordelier; Opale
Renoir attempts a retelling of Stevenson's classic tale.
2.
Lumiere du lac, La (1988)
A fortune-hunting young man gets involved with a lonely writer in an isolated village.
4.
La Nuit de Varennes (1982) as Nicolas Edme Restif De La Bretonne
A picaresque story of the coach and party that followed hard on the one which tried to transport Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette to safety in 1791.
6.
Chappaqua (1967) as Dr. Benoit
Semi-autobiographical story of Conrad Rooks, who travels to France to undergo a drug-withdrawal cure. Flashbacks to the beginings of psychedelia in San Fran.
7.
The Longest Day (1962) as Father Roulland
The Allied forces launch the D-Day invasion of German-occupied France.
8.
Carmelites, The (1960)
A convent finds itself embroiled in the bitter war and struggle of the oncoming French Revolution.
9.
Royal Affairs in Versailles (1954) as Francois Fenelon
Witty narration follows the history of Versailles Palace; founded by Louis XIII, enlarged by autocratic Louis XIV, whose personal affairs and amours, and those of his two successors, are followed in more detail to the start of the Revolution, after which the story is brought rapidly up to date. A huge cast plays mainly historical persons who appear briefly.
10.
La Ronde (1950)
A series of inter-related affairs link lovers from all levels of society.
11.
Children Of Paradise (1945) as Baptiste Deburau
In 19th-Century Paris, four men with very different intentions court a sideshow performer.
12.
Les Perles de la Couronne (1937)
Seven pearls shape the destinies of all who possess them.
13.
Mirages (1937)
15.
Jenny (1936)
17.
Grand Amour de Beethoven, Un (1936)
1801, in Vienna, two young women, his pupils, are in love with him. Thérèse de Brunswick's love remains unrequited even though she and Beethoven are engaged for years; Juliette Guicciardi, whom Beethoven loves but who marries a count, regrets that decision, but by then he and Thérèse are engaged. When Beethoven loses Juliette, he moves to the mill at Heiligenstadt; realizing he's becoming deaf, profound depression sets in. He rejects suicide, holding on to remembered sound and to his work, a dedication assisted by Thérèse and others. In later years, we see his devotion to an ungrateful and thieving nephew, his poverty, the isolation of deafness, and the love of friends.
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Mayerling (1935)
A European prince risks everything when he falls in love beneath his station.

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