Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1930-1939

Seven French Actress in Supporting Role, by year (1930-1939)
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“ 1930 l'arlésienne de Jacques de Baroncelli ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1930 Si l'empereur savait ça! de Jacques Feyder ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1930 L'enfant de l'amour de Marcel L'herbier
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1930 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1930 Au bonheur des dames de Julien Duvivier ” - guillaume836076
 
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Héléna Manson
Actress, Le corbeau
Born in Caracas,young Elena (later to become Héléna) miraculously survived an earthquake there. She found a new home at an uncle's in New York City first, and later at another relative's in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland. A very early theater enthusiast, Manson trained as an actress at the Conservatoire...
“ 1930 Le mystère de la villa rose de René Hervil ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1930 Quand nous étions deux de Léonce Perret ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1930 Au bonheur des dames de Julien Duvivier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1931 Le blanc et le noir de Marc Allégret ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1931 Autour d'une enquête de Robert Siodmak ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1931 Autour d'une enquête de Robert Siodmak ” - guillaume836076
 
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Margo Lion
Actress, Lola
Lank and plain-looking, poker-faced and a bit starchy but looking all the more mysterious for that, Margo Lion will forever remain Jenny, the "brothel queen', in Pabst's adaptation of Bertold Brecht and Kurt Weill's immortal 'Dreigroschen Oper', singing their unforgettable song 'La fiancée du pirate'...
“ 1931 L'opéra de quat'sous de Georg Wilhelm Pabst ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1931 David Golder de Julien Duvivier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1931 Faubourg Montmartre de Raymond Bernard
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1931 ” - guillaume836076
 
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Alida Rouffe
Actress, Marius
“ 1931 Marius d'Alexander Korda ” - guillaume836076
 
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Mady Berry
French stage and film actress. She made her stage debut in 1912 in Marseille after studying at the Nice Conservatoire. She devoted herself to the stage for more than a decade, then entered into an active film career in 1930. She played in scores of films over the next two-and-a-half decades, specializing in long-suffering mother roles...
“ 1932 Les cinq gentlemen maudits de Julien Duvivier ” - guillaume836076
 
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Lili Damita
Lili was a French Actress who is remembered more for who she married than the movies she appeared in. When the sound revolution came into Hollywood, the studio's scrambled to find actors who could speak lines and record well. It was at this time that Lili burst on the scene. While her accent would always be very noticeable...
“ 1932 Une heure près de toi d'Ernst Lubitsch ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1932 Baroud de Rex Ingram ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1932 L'atlantide de Georg Wilhelm Pabst ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1932 Poil de carotte de Julien Duvivier
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1932 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1932 Boudu sauvé des eaux de Jean Renoir ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1932 Le Rosier de Madame Husson de Bernard Deschamps ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1933 Le Sexe faible de Robert Siodmak ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1933 Theodore et compagnie de Pierre Colombier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1933 Les deux orphelines de Maurice Tourneur ” - guillaume836076
 
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Pola Illéry
Pola Illéry was an exotic silent film star in France and Romania during the 1920s and made a modest transition to sound films in the 1930s. She was known for portraying sexually liberated women and was considered the most glamorous film star in Romania. After she left films feeling she achieved her time in the spotlight she fled to America in 1939 with the rise of Nazism...
“ 1933 Quatorze juillet de René Clair ” - guillaume836076
 
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Margo Lion
Actress, Lola
Lank and plain-looking, poker-faced and a bit starchy but looking all the more mysterious for that, Margo Lion will forever remain Jenny, the "brothel queen', in Pabst's adaptation of Bertold Brecht and Kurt Weill's immortal 'Dreigroschen Oper', singing their unforgettable song 'La fiancée du pirate'...
“ 1933 Du haut en bas de Georg Wilhelm Pabst ” - guillaume836076
 
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Arlette Marchal
Actress, Wings
Brunette, exotic Lucienne Marie Marchal overcame her affliction with shyness by enrolling in, and ultimately winning, a beauty contest. One of the judges was the director Léonce Perret, who promptly helped her get her first role in motion pictures. After that, her face was sufficient to keep her in...
“ 1933 Don Quichotte de Georg Wilhelm Pabst ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1933 La maternelle de Jean-Benoît Lévy
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1933 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1934 La crise est finie de Robert Siodmak ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1934 Maria Chapdelaine de Julien Duvivier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1934 Liliom de Fritz Lang ” - guillaume836076
 
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Fréhel
Actress, Amélie
“ 1934 La Rue sans nom de Pierre Chenal ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1934 Les misérables de Raymond Bernard
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1934 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1934 Le Grand jeu de Jacques Feyder ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1934 La séparation des races de Dimitri Kirsanoff ” - guillaume836076
 
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Arletty
On leaving school, Arletty worked in a factory before becoming a model. She made her music-hall debut in 1918 and continued to appear on the stage until the early 1930's. Arletty rarely received top billing although she outshone the lead actors in most of her films, notably the popular classics Hotel du Nord and Le Jour se Leve...
“ 1935 Amants et voleurs de Raymond Bernard ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1935 Le bonheur de Marcel L'herbier ” - guillaume836076
 
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Margo Lion
Actress, Lola
Lank and plain-looking, poker-faced and a bit starchy but looking all the more mysterious for that, Margo Lion will forever remain Jenny, the "brothel queen', in Pabst's adaptation of Bertold Brecht and Kurt Weill's immortal 'Dreigroschen Oper', singing their unforgettable song 'La fiancée du pirate'...
“ 1935 La bandéra de Julien Duvivier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1935 Divine de Max Ophüls ” - guillaume836076
 
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Milly Mathis
Actress, Fanny
“ 1935 Amants et voleurs de Raymond Bernard ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1935 Crime et châtiment de Pierre Chenal
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1935 ” - guillaume836076
 
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Alida Rouffe
Actress, Marius
“ 1935 Cigalon de Marcel Pagnol ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1936 Mademoiselle Mozart d'Yvan Noé ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1936 La tendre ennemie de Max Ophüls ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1936 Le mort en fuite d'André Berthomieu ” - guillaume836076
 
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Elvire Popesco
Actress, Purple Noon
From 1923 when she played the lead in Louis Verneuil's "Ma cousine de Varsovie" to 1978 when she played again (and for the last time) "La Mamma", written specially for her by André Roussin, Elvire Popesco (born near Bucharest in 1894) was the undisputed queen of "Théâtre de Boulevard" (light comedies)...
“ 1936 Le roi de Pierre Colombier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1936 Les bas-fonds de Jean Renoir ” - guillaume836076
 
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Viviane Romance
Strikingly beautiful French leading lady (Miss Paris of 1930) who first appeared on stage at the age of 13 at the Theatre Sarah-Bernhardt, then did some modelling work and a year later joined the chorus line of the Moulin Rouge. She also performed the 'can-can' at the legendary Parisian nightclub Bal Tabarin...
“ 1936 La belle équipe de Julien Duvivier
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1936 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1936 Le crime de monsieur lange de Jean Renoir ” - guillaume836076
 
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Arletty
On leaving school, Arletty worked in a factory before becoming a model. She made her music-hall debut in 1918 and continued to appear on the stage until the early 1930's. Arletty rarely received top billing although she outshone the lead actors in most of her films, notably the popular classics Hotel du Nord and Le Jour se Leve...
“ 1937 Désiré de Sacha Guitry ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1937 Gueule d'amour de Jean Grémillon ” - guillaume836076
 
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Margo Lion
Actress, Lola
Lank and plain-looking, poker-faced and a bit starchy but looking all the more mysterious for that, Margo Lion will forever remain Jenny, the "brothel queen', in Pabst's adaptation of Bertold Brecht and Kurt Weill's immortal 'Dreigroschen Oper', singing their unforgettable song 'La fiancée du pirate'...
“ 1937 L'alibi de Pierre Chenal ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1937 La dame de pique de Fedor Ozep ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1937 Pépé le Moko de Julien Duvivier
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1937 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1937 La grande illusion de Jean Renoir ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1937 Drôle de drame de Marcel Carné ” - guillaume836076
 
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Arletty
On leaving school, Arletty worked in a factory before becoming a model. She made her music-hall debut in 1918 and continued to appear on the stage until the early 1930's. Arletty rarely received top billing although she outshone the lead actors in most of her films, notably the popular classics Hotel du Nord and Le Jour se Leve...
“ 1938 Hôtel du Nord de Marcel Carné
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1938 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1938 Mollenard de Robert Siodmak ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1938 Les gens du voyage de Jacques Feyder ” - guillaume836076
 
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Jany Holt
Actress, Gervaise
“ 1938 La tragédie impériale de Marcel L'herbier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1938 Prison sans barreaux de Léonide Moguy ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1938 J'accuse! d'Abel Gance ” - guillaume836076
 
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Viviane Romance
Strikingly beautiful French leading lady (Miss Paris of 1930) who first appeared on stage at the age of 13 at the Theatre Sarah-Bernhardt, then did some modelling work and a year later joined the chorus line of the Moulin Rouge. She also performed the 'can-can' at the legendary Parisian nightclub Bal Tabarin...
“ 1938 L'étrange monsieur Victor de Jean Grémillon ” - guillaume836076
 
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Arletty
On leaving school, Arletty worked in a factory before becoming a model. She made her music-hall debut in 1918 and continued to appear on the stage until the early 1930's. Arletty rarely received top billing although she outshone the lead actors in most of her films, notably the popular classics Hotel du Nord and Le Jour se Leve...
“ 1939 Le jour se lève de Marcel Carné ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1939 Circonstances atténuantes de Jean Boyer ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1939 Louise d'Abel Gance ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1939 La fin du jour de Julien Duvivier ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1939 La règle du jeu de Jean Renoir ” - guillaume836076
 
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Elvire Popesco
Actress, Purple Noon
From 1923 when she played the lead in Louis Verneuil's "Ma cousine de Varsovie" to 1978 when she played again (and for the last time) "La Mamma", written specially for her by André Roussin, Elvire Popesco (born near Bucharest in 1894) was the undisputed queen of "Théâtre de Boulevard" (light comedies)...
“ 1939 Ils étaient neuf célibataires de Sacha Guitry
Best French Actress in Supporting Role 1939 ” - guillaume836076
 
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“ 1939 Derrière la façade de Georges Lacombe et Yves Mirande ” - guillaume836076