Marcel Dalio

Marcel Dalio




Cast (Feature Film)

The Man You Loved To Hate (1979)
L' Honorable Societe (1978)
Le Paradis des Riches (1978)
Chaussette Surprise (1978)
La Communion Solennelle (1977)
Une Page d'Amour (1977)
L' Ombre des Chateaux (1976)
Pere Renard
L'aile ou la cuisse (1976)
Le Faux-Cul (1975)
The Beast (1975)
Le Doigt dans l'oeil (1974)
La Punition (1973)
The Adventures of Rabbi Jacob (1973)
Ursule et Grelu (1973)
Les Yeux Fermes (1971)
Aussi Loin Que L'Amour (1971)
The Great White Hope (1970)
French promoter
Catch-22 (1970)
Old man
Justine (1969)
French Consul General
How Sweet It Is! (1968)
The Oldest Profession (1968)
Older man
The 25th Hour (1967)
Tender Scoundrel (1967)
Véronique's father
Made in Paris (1966)
Male Companion (1966)
Krieg von Spiel
How to Steal a Million (1966)
Señor Parvideo
Lady L (1966)
Wild and Wonderful (1964)
Dr. Reynard
Cartouche (1964)
Donovan's Reef (1963)
Father Cluzeot
The List of Adrian Messenger (1963)
The Big Risk (1963)
Jessica (1962)
Luigi Tuffi
The Devil at 4 O'Clock (1961)
Song Without End (1960)
Can-Can (1960)
The Perfect Furlough (1959)
Henri Valentin
Pillow Talk (1959)
The Man Who Understood Women (1959)
Le Marne
Lafayette Escadrille (1958)
Drill sergeant
The Sun Also Rises (1957)
China Gate (1957)
Father Paul
Ten Thousand Bedrooms (1957)
Vittorio Gisini
Tip on a Dead Jockey (1957)
Toto del Aro
Razzia (1957)
Anything Goes (1956)
Ship's captain
Miracle in the Rain (1956)
Jump into Hell (1955)
Sgt. Taite
Lovers' Net (1955)
Sabrina (1954)
Lucky Me (1954)
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)
Flight to Tangier (1953)
The Merry Widow (1952)
Police sergeant
Lovely To Look At (1952)
The Happy Time (1952)
Grandpere Bonnard
The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952)
On the Riviera (1951)
Philippe Labrix
Les maudits (1947)
A Bell for Adano (1945)
The Song of Bernadette (1945)
Wilson (1945)
[Georges] Clemenceau
Pin Up Girl (1944)
Pierre, headwaiter
Action in Arabia (1944)
To Have and Have Not (1944)
Gerard, also known as Frenchy
Flesh and Fantasy (1943)
The Desert Song (1943)
Tonight We Raid Calais (1943)
Jacques Grandet
Paris After Dark (1943)
The Constant Nymph (1943)
Flight Lieutenant (1942)
The Pied Piper (1942)
Casablanca (1942)
The Shanghai Gesture (1942)
The master of the spinning wheel
One Night in Lisbon (1941)
Unholy Partners (1941)
Pasha's Wives (1939)
The Rules of the Game (1939)
La Maison du Maltais (1938)
Cargaison Blanche (1937)
Les Perles de la Couronne (1937)
Mollenard (1937)
Grand Illusion (1937)
Pepe Le Moko (1937)
Gribouille (1937)
L'Alibi (1937)
Un Grand Amour de Beethoven (1936)

Life Events


Film acting debut


Movie Clip

Rules Of The Game (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Mingling Of Two Whims The radio report of her flier-boyfriend's proclamation of love still playing in the background, Christine (Nora Gregor) visits her unfazed husband the Marquis (Marcel Dalio), who then rings his mistress (Mila Parely), gossip continuing, early in Jean Renoir's Rules Of The Game, 1939.
To Have And Have Not (1944) -- (Movie Clip) A Stray Bullet In French Martinique, boat captain Harry (Humphrey Bogart), with would-be thief Marie (Lauren Bacall), is making his deadbeat client pay up when Nazi-backed goons come after Frenchy (Marcel Dalio) and comrades, Capitane Renarde (Dan Seymour) mopping up, in To Have And Have Not, 1944.
Grand Illusion (1937) -- (Movie Clip) All Your Old French Stock Observing drills in the courtyard, dividing up care packages, French POW's Rosenthal (Marcel Dalio), de Boldieu (Pierre Fresnay), Marechal (Jean Gabin) et al reflecting on their circumstances, a famous scene from Jean Renoir's Grand Illusion, 1937.
Grand Illusion (1937) -- (Movie Clip) A Real Girl! Dumping dirt from their tunnel diggings, French POW officer de Boldieu (Pierre Fresnay) and Marechal (Jean Gabin), who joins fellow non-comms enjoying the womens' clothing provided for their theatrical project, in Jean Renoir's Grand Illusion, 1937.
Desert Song, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) El Khobar! Big action perhaps refers to the title, as a guy in a red mask, apparently the rebel leader in Morocco (could he be top-billed Dennis Morgan, an itinerant piano player?) leads a raid on a French forced-labor camp Gerald Mohr his aide, as Tarbouch (Marcel Dalio) is captured, in Warner Bros.’ The Desert Song, 1944.
Grand Illusion (1937) -- (Movie Clip) I Am Perfectly Sane! POW officer de Boldieu (Pierre Fresnay) taunting guards with his flute and diversion, chivalrous commandant von Raffenstein (Erich von Stroheim) urging him to surrender, a famous scene from Jean Renoir's Grand Illusion, 1937.
How Sweet It Is (1968) -- (Movie Clip) In America We Just Shake Hands We meet French playboy-aristocrat Philippe (third-billed Maurice Ronet) and his snarky servant (Marcel Dalio), who are surprised when American mom Jenny (Debbie Reynolds) shows up, having been hoodwinked into thinking she’s rented his villa, in How Sweet It Is, 1970, also starring James Garner.
Pin Up Girl (1944) -- (Movie Clip) We're In Musical Comedy Navy hero Tommy (John Harvey) and pal Dud (Dave Willock) are the toast of New York, greeted by Eddie (Joe E. Brown) at his night club, not knowing Lorry and Kay (Betty Grable, Dorothea Kent) have fibbed to get his table, Martha Raye with an original song by James V. Monaco and Mack Gordon, in Pin Up Girl, 1944.
Constant Nymph, The (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Brandy Will Not Calm You Opening scene finds composer Lewis (Charles Boyer) coming unglued over London reviews of his latest work, his Brussels landlord (Marcel Dalio), landlady (Jeanine Crispin) and doctor (Andre Charlot) in the wake, opening The Constant Nymph, 1943, co-starring Joan Fontaine and Alexis Smith.
Rules Of The Game (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Do You Enjoy Hunting? Gamekeeper Schumacher (Gaston Modot) leads the gang beating bushes, animals definitely being harmed, as the shooting party (Marcel Dalio, Richard Francouer, Pierre Magnier, Mila Parely, Pierre Nay, Nora Gregor et al) indulges, a famous scene from Jean Renoir's Rules Of The Game, 1939.
Rules Of The Game (1939) -- (Movie Clip) A Dangerous Poet tbdOctave (Jean Renoir, the director), pal to aristocrats, persuades the Marquis (Marcel Dalio), who's worried about his own mistress, to invite his wife's lover (the aviator Andre`, not seen) to his estate, saucy servant Lisette (Paulette Dubost) also appearing, in Rules Of The Game, 1939.
Rules Of The Game (1939) -- (Movie Clip) We'll Masquerade Christine (Nora Gregor), lady of the manor, is gracious as her presumed lover Andre` (Roland Toutain) arrives with friend Octave (the director, Jean Renoir), for the weekend, her husband (Marcel Dalio) and company welcoming her exculpating speech, in Rules Of The Game, 1939.