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Paul Gury (1888–1974)

Paul Gury was born on May 11, 1888 in Vannes, Morbihan, France as Louis Marie Le Gouriadec. He was a writer and actor, known for Un homme et son péché (1949), Séraphin (1950) and Break the News (1938). He was married to Yvette Brind'amour. He died in November 1974. See full bio »


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Known For

Séraphin Writer
Break the News


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 1954 Les deux font la paire (screenplay - as Loïc Le Gouriadec)
 1952 La fugue de Monsieur Perle (as Loïc Le Gouriadec)
 1950 Séraphin (adaptation - as Le Gouriadec)
 1949 Un homme et son péché (adaptation - as Paul Gury Le Gouriadec)
 1938 L'escadrille de la chance (dialogue - as Loïc Le Gouriadec) / (screenplay - as Loïc Le Gouriadec)
 1938 Break the News (novel "Le mort en fuite" - as Loïc Le Gouriadec)
 1938 Mon père et mon papa (play "Marie-Rose" - as Loïc Le Gouriadec) / (screenplay - as Loïc Le Gouriadec)
 1936 Le mort en fuite (original screenplay - as Loïc Le Gouriadec)
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 1938 Mon père et mon papa
Le colonial
 1937 Le cantinier de la coloniale (uncredited)
 1936 Le mort en fuite
 1936 Moutonnet
 1935 Debout là-dedans!
Le surveillant général
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 1950 Séraphin (as Le Gouriadec)
 1949 Un homme et son péché (as Paul Gury Le Gouriadec)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Novel: "Le mort en fuite" (filmed as Break the News (1938)).

Alternate Names:

Le Gouriadec | Loïc Le Gouriadec | Paul Gury Le Gouriadec

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Author of novels and plays as Loïc Le Gouriadec, he was also a songwriter and a theater director and helped found the Théâtre du Rideau Vert in Montréal with Yvette Brind'amour and Mercedes Palomino.

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