Fernand Ledoux



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La Bete Humaine (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Lantier, Le Havre After a prologue, cribbed from the original Emile Zola novel in his Rougon-Macquare cycle, the headlong opening scene from director Jean Renoir, in La Bete Humaine, 1938, much of it shot by the director's nephew Claude, in which Lantier (Jean Gabin) and Pecqueux (Julien Carette) bring their train into Le Havre.
La Bete Humaine (1938) -- (Movie Clip) You Men Are Disgusting Wild shifts of tone and content as conversation turns to confrontation between corrupt husband Robaud (Fernand Ledoux) and young wife Severine (Simone Simon), after her shopping trip, in Jean Renoir's La Bete Humaine, 1938.
La Bete Humaine (1938) -- (Movie Clip) The Heat Was Unbearable Much tension as Robaud (Fernand Ledoux) and Severine (Simone Simon) commit a quick off-screen murder on a train, then realize off-duty engineer Lantier (Jean Gabin) is a witness, in Jean Renoir's La Bete Humaine, 1938.
Act Of Love (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I Would Learn To Speak Eskimo WWII vet Bob (Kirk Douglas) on the Riviera, makes a friend (Marthe Mercadier) then, through director Anatole Litvak's odd flashback, recalls Nina (Barbara Laage), Fernand (Fernand La Caux), Claude (Serge Reggiani), Adele (Gabrielle Dorziat) and Lise (Dany Robin), early in Act Of Love, 1953.
Act Of Love (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Truth Is For Peacetime Wartime Paris, Nina (Barbara Laage) who's leaving town, with meek Lise (Dany Robin), to whom she's leaving her apartment, providing she will pose as the wife of American soldier Bob (Kirk Douglas), whom she soon meets, in Act Of Love, 1953, directed by Anatole Litvak.
Act Of Love (1953) -- (Movie Clip) When The Wife Sins American Bob (Kirk Douglas) with Paris landlords (Fernand Le Doux, Gabrielle Dorziat), worries about Lise (Dany Robin), who's posing as his wife and who returns from Nazi interrogation, met by barmaid Mimi (Brigitte Bardot!) and cynical Claude (Serge Reggiani), in Act Of Love, 1953.