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Also Known As: Died: March 8, 1974
Born: April 19, 1891 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Pedestrian, The (1974) as Frau Dechamps
Andreas Giese is a successful industrialist whose World War II activities come up to haunt him. When a newspaper article reveals his culpability in the destruction of a Greek village and its inhabitants, Giese's son commits suicide and his family is torn apart.
The 25th Hour (1967) as Madame Nagy
A Romanian peasant fights to get back to his family after he''''s imprisoned by the Nazis.
Cloportes (1966) as Gertrude
Three little criminals get a tip for a great coup with lots of money in it. Unfortunately they lack the starting funds to buy the required welding torch. So they persuade their successful colleague Alphonse to join their team. But the well thought-out coup fails, and Alphonse is the only one of them who ends up in jail for several years. When he's released, he's out for revenge.
Up From the Beach (1965) as Lili's grandmother
Riff Raff Girls (1962) as Berthe
The Longest Day (1962) as
The Allied forces launch the D-Day invasion of German-occupied France.
Die Gans von Sedan (1962) as Grandmother
The Counterfeiters of Paris (1962) as Pauline
Two old-time pimps decide to go into the counterfeiting business and recruit an old-pro, but the latter ends up double-crossing them and taking off with all the dough.
Stop Me Before I Kill! (1961) as Madame Prade
After surviving an accident, a race car driver begins to suffer violent impulses.
The Sound and the Fury (1959) as Mrs. Compson
Passions divide a declining Southern family.
Me and the Colonel (1958) as Madame Bouffier
A Polish officer unwillingly helps a Jewish refugee escape from the Nazis.
Gambler, The (1958) as Grandmother
A decrepid 19th century middle-aged general waits for his aging wealthy aunt to die so he can inherit her fortune. In the meantime, he literally sells of his daughter to a French adventurer in exchange for living expenses while waitin for the older woman to die. Instead, his supposed benefactor dec
Interlude (1957) as Countess [Irena] Reinhart
A young woman touring Germany is caught between a married symphony conductor and a doctor from back home.
The Seventh Sin (1957) as Mother Superior
An adulteress tries to redeem herself by helping her doctor husband fight an epidemic in China.
That Lady (1955) as Bernadina
Based on the true story about a sixteenth century Spanish king who harbored a deep amount of jealousy and resentment when he was spurned by the Princess he was in love with after she ran off with a commoner. He then tried to punish them both, resulting in tragedy.
Reine Margot, La (1954) as Catherine De Medicis
In August of 1572, Paris celebrated the marriage of Marguerite de Valois, sister of King Charles IX and daughter of Catherine de Medicis, to Henri de Bourbon, the young king from Navarre. But court intrigues would soon undermine this political reconcilliation of Catholics and Protestants; Catherine
Chi è senza peccato... (1952)
A recently married woman involves herself her sister''''s traumatic experience.
Les Sept peches capitaux (1952) as The Mother ("Pride")
A French/Italian co-production with two episodes from Italy and five from France covering the seven deadly sins---actually eight as two of the sins are covered in one episode while a new "eighth unknown sin" has an episode of its own. Gerald Philipe is a wry, flip carnival barker who introduces each episode and then narrates the last episode dealing with the "eighth unknown sin" which is the sin of thinking evil where none exists. The first Italian contribution is "Avarice and Anger" concerning a well-to-do real estate agent (Eduardo Filippo) and his frowzy wife (Isa Miranda), both uncompromisingly selfish in love and economics; the second Italian entry, "Envy", directed by Roberto Rossellini, from a story by Colette, is a glimpse into the newly-married life of an aging artist and his young wife, whom he treats as a chattel and she, consumed by the envy of his talent, friends and even his cat, tries to do away with the cat; "Pride" is about a couple of down-at-the-heels aristocarts trying to keep up pretenses in the face of utter poverty; "Lust" shows the devastating effects of careless adult behavior on an impressionable child; "Sloth" shows the powers above deciding that life on earth is moving at a too-fast pace and they send an emissary to slow things down, while "Gluttony" is a burlesque piece that the reviewers of the day called in bad taste.
Nobody's Children (1952)
A businessman''s mother takes desperate measures to end his affair with an employee''s daughter.
L'auberge rouge (1951) as Marie
A group of travelers, including a monk, stay in a lonely inn in the mountains. The host confesses the monk his habit of serving poisoned soup to the guests, to rob their possessions and to bury them in the backyard. The story unfolds as the monk tries to save the guest's lives without violating the holy secrecy of the confession.
September Affair (1951) as Maria Salvatini
An industrialist (Joseph Cotton) and a pianist (Joan Fontaine) meet on a trip and fall in love. Through a quirk of fate, they are reported dead in a crash though they weren't on the plane. This gives them the opportunity to live together free from their previous lives. Unfortunately, this artificial arrangement leads to greater and greater stress. Eventually the situation collapses when they come to pursue their original, individual interests without choosing a common path.
The 13th Letter (1951) as Mrs. Gauthier
Quartet (1949) as Lea Makart
W. Somerset Maugham introduces four of his most famous short stories.
Naked Heart, The (1949) as Laura Chapdelaine
Saraband for Dead Lovers (1948) as Electress Sophia
A British queen trapped in a loveless marriage falls for a soldier of fortune.
Un Carnet de Bal (1937)
After the death of her husband, Christine realizes she has possibly wasted her life by marrying him instead of the man towards whom, in her youth, she had a stronger inclination. To overcome these dreary thoughts, she decides to find out about him and the other men who danced with her during a ball that was a turning point in her life, many years ago. She pays a visit to those forgotten acquaintances one after the other; Christine is not only surprised to see how they have fared, but also discovers the impact she had, unknowingly, on the feelings and the destiny of these persons.
Carnival in Flanders (1935)
When a village''''s men flee, the women are left to cope with Spanish invaders.
La chance (1932) as Mme. Mougeot
Soyons gais (1931) as Mme. Boucijon
Le petit café (1931) as Mlle. Edwige
Buster se marie (1931) as Polly Hathaway
The Magnificent Lie (1931) as Rosa Duchene
Quand on est belle (1931) as Elfie [Brown]
Echec au roi (1931) as La reine
Jenny Lind (1931) as Rosatti
Le procès de Mary Dugan (1931) as Mme. Rice
Si l'empereur savait ça! (1930) as La Princesse Ettingen

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