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Madame Dreyfus (Character)
from "Lux Video Theatre" (1950)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Lucie Dreyfus / Lucille Dreyfus

Filmography

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  1. L'affaire Dreyfus (1995) (TV) Played by Laura Morante (as Lucie Dreyfus)
  2. Prisoner of Honor (1991) (TV) Played by Judith Paris

  3. "Émile Zola ou La conscience humaine"
        - Et j'attends toujours (1978) TV episode, Played by Rachel Salik (as Lucie Dreyfus)
        - J'accuse (1978) TV episode, Played by Rachel Salik (as Lucie Dreyfus)

  4. "Affäre Dreyfuss" (1968) TV series Played by Ursula Lingen (as Lucie Dreyfus)

  5. Affäre Dreyfus (1959) (TV) Played by Ruth Hausmeister (as Lucie Dreyfus)
  6. I Accuse! (1958) Played by Viveca Lindfors (as Lucie Dreyfus)
  7. "Lux Video Theatre"
    ... aka "Summer Video Theatre" - USA (summer title)
        - The Life of Emile Zola (1955) TV episode, Played by Joy Page
  8. "You Are There"
        - The Dreyfus Case (1953) TV episode, Played by Frances Reid (as Lucie Dreyfus)

  9. The Life of Emile Zola (1937) Played by Gale Sondergaard (as Lucie Dreyfus)
  10. The Dreyfus Case (1931) Played by Beatrix Thomson (as Lucille Dreyfus)
    ... aka "Dreyfus" - UK (original title)
  11. The Dreyfus Case (1930) Played by Grete Mosheim (as Lucie Dreyfus)
    ... aka "Dreyfus" - Germany (original title)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From The Life of Emile Zola (1937)
Émile Zola: Why didn't Picquart say anything?
Lucie Dreyfus: Colonel Picquart is a good officer. He kept silent at the request of his superiors.
Émile Zola: You mean they KNEW and they ordered him to suppress the truth? Why,that's monstrous!
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