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Georges Poujouly launched his acting career at the tender age of 12. Poujouly found his beginnings in film with roles in "Forbidden Games" (1952) and "Si Tous les Gars du Monde..." (1956). Poujouly then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in the drama "And God Created Woman" (1957) with Brigitte Bardot, "Vice and Virtue" (1963) and the historical feature "Biribi" (1971) with Bruno Cremer. He also appeared in "Paix Sur Les Champs" (1971). More recently, Poujouly acted in "Elevator to the Gallows" (2005) with Jeanne Moreau.

Georges Poujouly launched his acting career at the tender age of 12. Poujouly found his beginnings in film with roles in "Forbidden Games" (1952) and "Si Tous les Gars du Monde..." (1956). Poujouly then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in the drama "And God Created Woman" (1957) with Brigitte Bardot, "Vice and Virtue" (1963) and the historical feature "Biribi" (1971) with Bruno Cremer. He also appeared in "Paix Sur Les Champs" (1971). More recently, Poujouly acted in "Elevator to the Gallows" (2005) with Jeanne Moreau.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Paix Sur Les Champs (1971) Louis
2.
 Biribi (1971) Sick Solider
3.
 Is Paris Burning? (1966) Landrieux
4.
 Vice and Virtue (1965) Hoech
5.
 A Mistress for the Summer (1964) Michel
6.
 Elevator to the Gallows (1958) Louis
7.
 And God Created Woman (1956) Christian
8.
 Forbidden Games (1952) Michel Dolle
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