Marcel Herrand


Biography

Marcel Herrand was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1933, he made his film debut in "Le jugement de minuit." In 1952, he played his final film role in "The Respectful Whore." Herrand began his career with a role in "Children of Paradise" (1945). Herrand began to focus on film after appearing in the fantastical drama "Les Visiteurs du soir" (1947) with Arletty. Lat...

Biography

Marcel Herrand was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1933, he made his film debut in "Le jugement de minuit." In 1952, he played his final film role in "The Respectful Whore." Herrand began his career with a role in "Children of Paradise" (1945). Herrand began to focus on film after appearing in the fantastical drama "Les Visiteurs du soir" (1947) with Arletty. Later in his career, Herrand acted in the Gina Lollobrigida romance "Fanfan la Tulipe" (1953). Herrand passed away in June 1953 at the age of 56.

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Children Of Paradise, The (1945) - Open, Le Boulevard Du Crime Restoration credits and the elaborate opening from Marcel Carne's epic historical-romance-comedy Children Of Paradise, 1945, starring Arletty, Jean-Louis Barrault, Marcel Herrand and Pierre Brasseur, from an original screenplay by Carne and Jacques Prevert, produced during the Nazi occupation of France.
Children Of Paradise, The (1945) - I Only Talk About Other People's Deaths Jericho (Pierre Renoir), Baptiste (Jean-Louis Barrault) and Silk-thread (Gaston Modot) are but a prelude to Larcenaire (Marcel Herrand) and Garance (Arletty), our for a philosophical evening in Marcel Carne's Children of Paradise, 1945.
Children Of Paradise, The (1945) - An Error Of Justice Still during the first scene on the "Boulevard of Crime," Garance (Arletty) sees the mime Baptiste (Jean-Louis Barrault) for the first time, then is accused of a crime, in Marcel Carne's Children of Paradise, shot during the German occupation of France but released after the liberation, in 1945.
Etoile Sans Lumiere - When Talking Movies Appeared Despairing silent movie star Stella Dora (Mila Parely) watching herself on-screen, her husband and chief promoter (Marcel Herrand) arriving, along with a discouraging announcement, opening director Marcel Blistene's Etoile Sans Lumiere (a.k.a. Star Without Light), 1946.
Etoile Sans Lumiere - Go Ahead And Talk Silent star Dora (Mila Parely) at her old studio, encouraging talk that she's back to make talkies, as her secret voice double Madeleine (Edith Piaf) meets actor Gaston (Serge Reggiani) on a soundstage, in Marcel Blistene's Etoile Sans Lumiere (a.k.a. Star Without Light), 1946.

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