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Christian Gérard (1908–1984)

Christian Gérard was born on October 3, 1908 in Paris, France. He is known for his work on Indiscretions (1936), Samson (1936) and Paris (1937). He died on July 27, 1984 in Nice, Alpes-Maritimes, France. See full bio »

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Known For

Indiscretions
Indiscretions Fernand Worms
(1936)
Samson
Samson Max d'Andeline
(1936)
Paris
Paris Coco
(1937)
L'occident
L'occident Actor
(1928)

Filmography

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 1966 Au théâtre ce soir (TV Series)
Le père
- Les portes claquent (1966) ... Le père
 1961-1962 Plaisir du théâtre (TV Series)
L'évêque / Le Ministre des Finances
- La flambée (1962) ... L'évêque
- L'école des contribuables (1961) ... Le Ministre des Finances
 1948 Mort ou vif
Sicard
 1943 Le colonel Chabert (uncredited)
 1942 Frédérica
Un ami de Gilbert (as Christian-Gérard)
 1942 Signé illisible
Léon Tourlet
 1942 Le prince charmant
Arsène
 1942 Boléro
Paul Bardot
 1940 Le café du port
Xavier Lehurque
 1939 Ma tante dictateur
Guy Leroy
 1937 Le coeur dispose
Le prétendant
 1937 Paris
Coco (as Christian-Gérard)
 1936 Anne-Marie
L'amoureux (as Christian-Gérard)
 1936 Samson
Max d'Andeline
 1936 Indiscretions
Fernand Worms
 1936 La vie parisienne
Georges
 1936 Valse royale
Pilou
 1935 Dora Nelson
Raoul d'Aubigny
 1934 Maître Bolbec et son mari
Valentin
 1933 Charlemagne
Bardac
 1933 Les Amoureux
 1933 La poule
Lahoche
 1932 L'aimable lingère (Short)
 1928 L'occident
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He directed Albert Husson's play, "La Cuisine Des Anges," at the Theatre De La Potiniere in Paris, France with Jacques Meyran, Jean-Paul Coquelin, and Bernard Andrieu in the cast.

Alternate Names:

Christian-Gérard
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Libra

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