Louise De Vilmorin


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Earrings of Madame De..., The (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, Prologue Opening credit sequence and prologue from director Max Ophuls' acclaimed The Earrings of Madame De..., 1954, starring Danielle Darrieux, Charles Boyer and Vittorio De Sica.
Earrings Of Madame De... (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Send Me Your Address In Constantinople Casually terrific scene by director Max Ophuls, nobelman-general Andre (Charles Boyer) scrambles to a Paris station to see off his mistress (Lia De Leo), leaving for unstated reasons, presenting the earrings he bought back from the jeweler to whom his wife secretly sold them, in The Earrings Of Madame De…, 1954.
Earrings of Madame De..., The (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Ask Me If I Have Any Cigars The first two meetings, the first not altogether accidental but unsuccessful, between Baron Donati (Vittorio de Sica), en route to Paris, and Louise (a.k.a. "Madame De...," Danielle Darrieux,) in director Max Ophuls' The Earrings of Madame De..., 1954.
Immortal Story, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) The Idea Of Friendliness Following credits with writer-director Orson Welles and co-star Jeanne Moreau top-billed, Welles narrates his adaptation of the Isak Dinesen story, from her collection Anecdotes Of Destiny, Fernando Rey as a local denizen, Roger Coggio his clerk, in The Immortal Story, 1969.
Immortal Story, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) A Comedy With The Devil Writer-director and star Orson Welles narrates, but not in the voice of his character, the wealthy old boss of clerk Lewinsky (Roger Coggie), whom he’s sent out in 1860’s Macao to recruit a woman to enact an old sea legend, finding Virginie (Jeanne Moreau), in The Immortal Story, 1969.
Immortal Story, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) You're A Fine Looking Sailor Clerk Lewinsky (Roger Coggio) is assisting his weird old rich boss Clay (writer-director Orson Welles) in recruiting a sailor in 1860’s Macao, finding Norman Ashley, whom he wants to play a part in an old legend he plans to re-create, in The Immortal Story, 1969, from an Isak Dinesen story.