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Olympe (Character)
from Camille (1936)

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  1. La dame aux camélias (1998) (TV) Played by Isabelle Spade

  2. Die Kameliendame (1987) Played by Gigi Hyatt (as Olympia)
  3. Lady of the Camelias (1981) Played by Pascale Ogier
    ... aka "La storia vera della signora dalle camelie" - Italy (original title)

  4. "The Lady of the Camellias" Played by Deborah Fallender
        - Episode #1.2 (1976) TV episode, Played by Deborah Fallender
        - Episode #1.1 (1976) TV episode, Played by Deborah Fallender

  5. Camille 2000 (1969) Played by Silvana Venturelli
    ... aka "Forbidden Love" - Philippines (English title)
  6. Marguerite Gautier (1963) (TV) Played by Yoka Berretty
  7. La dame aux camélias (1962) (TV) Played by Hélène Vallier

  8. A Lady Without Camelias (1953) Played by Alba Arnova
    ... aka "La dame aux camélias" - France (original title)

  9. Camille (1936) Played by Lenore Ulric
  10. La dame aux camélias (1934) Played by Andrée Lafayette

  11. Camille (1926/I) Played by Lilyan Tashman
  12. Camille (1926/II) Played by Ethel Barrymore
    ... aka "The Fate of a Coquette" - USA (subtitle)
  13. Damen med kameliorna (1925) Played by Ester Textorius
  14. Camille (1921) Played by Consuelo Flowerton

  15. Camille (1912) Played by Mary Hall

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From Camille (1936)
Olympe: She's not easy to get along with, I can tell you, ask anybody... and she has the reputation of being one of the most extravagant girls in Paris as well as one of the most insincere... She's the kind who says one thing and thinks another. See more »

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