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Also Known As: Died: January 1, 1972
Born: September 12, 1888 Cause of Death: heart attack following surgery
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: Cast ...
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1908:
Film acting debut, "Trop Credule", in France
1914:
Interned in a German POW camp during WWI; reputedly learend English from other prisoners
1928:
First US film appearance, the silent travelogue film, "Bonjour New York"
1929:
Hollywood feature starring debut, "Innocents of Paris"
1929:
First film with director Ernst Lubtisch and co-star Jeannette MacDonald, "The Love Parade"
1935:
Left Hollywood; last film, "Folies Bergere"
1939:
Last film for eight years, "Pieges", directed by Robert Siodmak
1947:
Returned to films in Rene Clair's "Le Silence est d'or"
1957:
Achieved prominence again in Hollywood beginning with "Love in the Afternoon"
1958:
Co-starred in "Gigi"
1967:
Last feature film role, "Monkeys Go Home!"
1970:
Was a song performer for the animated feature "The Aristocats"

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