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Also Known As: Died: February 17, 1976
Born: September 24, 1910 Cause of Death: heart failure
Birth Place: Belgium Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Republic of Sin (1988) as Alejandro Gual
A small island of the coast of a Latin American country is used as a dumping ground for political prisoners and other criminals. Soon, a power struggle ensues after the island's governor is assassinated and an idealistic replacement eventually finds that he must compromise his principles.
Protecteur, Le (1974) as Lawyer
Better a Widow (1969) as Baron Misceni
They Came To Rob Las Vegas (1969) as Gino Vincenzo
A casino blackjack dealer plots to hijack and rob an armored car.
Lost Command (1966) as General Melies
After a stinging defeat in Vietnam, an officer in the French Army gets one last chance in Algiers.
Thomas the Imposter (1965) as Pesquel-Duport
In the First World War, when Paris is expected to fall to the Germans, the attractive widow, Princesse de Bormes, organises a convoy of cars to evacuate the wounded from the front, and bring them back to her villa in Paris to recuperate. The authorities will not give them passes until an innocent 16-year-old boy, Guillaume Thomas de Fontenoy, joins them and is mistaken as the nephew of the popular General de Fontenoy. The Princess is enraptured by Thomas and her daughter, Henriette, falls in love with him. However Thomas feels impelled to see more of the action of the war.
Murder at 45 r. p. m. (1965) as Maurice Faugères
That Man From Rio (1964) as Professor Catalan
A pilot gets mixed up in an international search for stolen art.
The Liars (1964) as Paul Dutraz
The Longest Day (1962) as Admiral Jaujard
The Allied forces launch the D-Day invasion of German-occupied France.
Crime Does Not Pay (1962) as Vaughan
The World in My Pocket (1962) as Gypo
Tamango (1959) as Doctor Corot
A Dutch slave captain, on a voyage to Cuba, faces a revolt fomented by a newly captured African slave, Tamango. The slaves capture the captain's mistress, forcing a showdown.
He Who Must Die (1957) as Pope Fotis
Greece, in the 1920's, is occupied by the Turks. The country is in turmoil with entire villages uprooted. The site of the movie is a Greek village that conducts a passion play each year. The leading citizens of the town, under the auspices of the Patriarch, choose those that will play the parts in the Passion. A stuttering shepherd is chosen to play Jesus. The town butcher (who wanted to be Jesus) is chosen as Judas. The town prostitute is chosen as Mary Magdalene. The rest of the disciples are also chosen. As the movie unfolds, the Passion Play becomes a reality. A group of villagers, uprooted by the war and impoverished, arrive at the village led by their priest. The wealthier citizens of the town want nothing with these people and manipulate a massacre. In the context of the 1920's each of the characters plays out their biblical role in actuality.
Rififi (1955) as Tony--Le Stephanois
Four friends plot an intricate jewelry heist, planning for everything except human frailty.
Heroes and Sinners (1955) as Francois Severin
A group of whites, mostly French and German, living on the African Coast of Liberia involve themselves with a way of hedonistic living, involving diamond smuggling, sexual liaisons, and political discord.
Le Plaisir (1952) as Voice Of Demaupassant (French Version)
Three stories explore the intersection of pleasure, purity and sex.
Le Plaisir (1952) as Friend ("The Model")
Three stories explore the intersection of pleasure, purity and sex.
Angele (1934) as Albin
Les Miserables (1934) as Marius
An escaped convict gets caught up in a revolution.

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