Raymond Eger


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Champagne Murders, The (1967) -- (Movie Clip) I Haven't Had Enough Television Christine (Yvonne Furneaux) is finally making headway with playboy Paul (Maurice Ronet), who controls the name of her vineyard, which she's desperate to sell, trying also to use the influence of her husband Christopher (Anthony Perkins), who's also his best pal, in Claude Chabrol's The Champagne Murders, 1967.
Champagne Murders, The (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Why Should People Have To Answer Bells? Vineyard owner Christine (Yvonne Furneaux) gives a tour to her buyers (Henry Jones lawyering for George Skaff), who are concerned that she doesn’t own the name, Stephane Audran her assistant, Maurice Ronet the playboy friend who does own it, Anthony Perkins her quirky husband, in Claude Chabrol’s The Champagne Murders, 1967.
Plucking The Daisy (1956) -- (Movie Clip) The Master's Slippers Having fled to Paris after her parents tried sending her to boarding school, Agnes (Brigitte Bardot) thinks she's dropping in on her brother, who told the family he had become a successful painter, but his address is really the Balzac musuem, where he's a guide, in Plucking The Daisy, 1956.
Plucking The Daisy (1956) -- (Movie Clip) I Love Liars Broke teenage Agnes (Brigitte Bardot), who has run away to Paris, arrives at the newsroom where reporter Daniel (Daniel Gelin) and photographer Roger (Robert Hirsch), whom she met on the train, have promised they can get her racy story published, in Plucking The Daisy, 1956.
Plucking The Daisy (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Nonchalant Beauty Desperate for money so she can stay in Paris, teenage Agnes (Brigitte Bardot) has signed up for a strip-tease contest, deciding at the last minute on a disguise, her un-knowing journalist pals (Daniel Gelin, Robert Hirsch) in the audience, a money scene from Plucking The Daisy, 1956.