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Denise Bosc (1916–2002)

Denise Bosc was born on July 19, 1916 in Paris, Ile-de-France, France as Marie Denise Françoise Danviolet. She is known for her work on La rose de la mer (1946), Clodoche (1938) and Yamilé sous les cèdres (1939). She died on March 9, 2002 in Paris. See full bio »

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Known For

La rose de la mer
La rose de la mer Jeannette
Clodoche Dolly
Yamilé sous les cèdres
Yamilé sous les cèdres Yamilé el Hamé
Jeanne d'Arc
Jeanne d'Arc Gervaise


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 1984 Un delitto (TV Movie)
 1976 Les oeufs brouillés
La secrétaire d'Etat
 1973 Jeanne d'Arc (TV Movie)
 1971 Daisy Town (voice)
 1949 La cage aux filles
La Mère Supérieure
 1947 Une nuit à Tabarin
 1946 La rose de la mer
 1945 Les caves du 'Majestic'
Hélène Donnegan, la secrétaire des Petersen
 1941 Saturnin de Marseille
 1939 Yamilé sous les cèdres
Yamilé el Hamé
 1938 Clodoche
 1937 Le fauteuil 47
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 1954 Theodora, Slave Empress (voice dubbing: Irene Papas - french version, uncredited)
 1953 The Lovers of Toledo (voice dubbing: Alida Valli)
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 1973 Jeanne d'Arc (TV Movie)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Dubbing voice of Irene Dunne in the French post-synchronized version of My Favorite Wife (1940) (Mon épouse favorite). See more »

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Mother of the actor Renaud Marx.

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