Albert Prejean


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Under The Roofs Of Paris (1930) - It's A Hit Already a highly-regarded director of silents, and reluctant to embrace sound, Rene Clair, working from his own script and song he co-wrote, goes all-in, introducing his hero Albert (Prejean), singing for a crowd including Pola (Illery), opening Under The Roofs Of Paris, 1930.
Under The Roofs Of Paris (1930) - You Won't Ever Hear It Again Again the shot up the face of the building, the first evening finds the song catching on, with Albert (Prejean) and friends (Edmond T. Greville, Thomy Bourdelle) at the cafe, and Pola (Illery), pursued by Fred (Gaston Modot), in Rene Clair's dark musical comedy Under The Roofs Of Paris, 1930.
Under The Roofs Of Paris (1930) - Can I Turn Around Now? Afraid to go home because the nasty thief Fred (Gaston Modot) stole the key to her room, Pola (Illery) is still nervous about sleeping over with her new friend Albert (Prejean), still on the first evening, in Rene Clair's Under The Roofs Of Paris, 1930.
Princess Tam Tam (1935) - How Can You Resist Aiming to embarrass Alwina (Josephine Baker), Odette (Viviane Romance), friend of jealous wife Lucie (Germaine Aussey), urges her to dance at a Paris social event, at first alarming husband Max (Albert Prejean), in Princess Tam Tam, 1935.
Princess Tam Tam (1935) - I'll Be Your Guide Alwina (Josephine Baker, who will become the title character) playing with local kids (on location in Tunisia!) when European tourists led by Max (Albert Prejean) arrive, in the French musical-drama Princess Tam Tam, 1935.
Princess Tam Tam (1935) - To Africa! Just a glimpse of the star (Josephine Baker) in opening credits, quick run through the cast including leading man Albert Prejean, who fights with wife Lucie (Germaine Aussey) and gets help from aide Coton (Robert Arnoux), in Princess Tam Tam, 1935.

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