"La puce à l'oreille" (Feydau) (1967)
2 Interviews |
1 Pictorial |
6 Magazine Cover Photos |
Micheline Michel | Micheline Prelle
5' 6¼" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
[about her stay at the Grand Hôtel during WW2] It was extraordinary. We'd met producers on the terraces, we'd go out on boats for picnics on the island. We were far from the war. And then people began to leave, the producers, most of the producers were Jewish.
She's never been particularly fond of The Love of a Woman
(1953), which is now regarded as one of her best films, mainly for two reasons. The first is that she didn't find her characters' reasons very believable in the writing. The other is that she felt her co-star Massimo Girotti
was too attractive for his role and his performance would've been more effective had he been allowed to act with his...
Her singing skills, often put to use in film