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Jean Sablon (1906–1994)

An internationally known French singer Jean Sablon was a throwback to the days of music hall and vaudeville. Despite being openly gay he was a housewife's pin-up and especially famous for songs such as Aimer je t'aime, Sur le Pont d'Avignon and Les Arbres de Paris. He topped bills in London and on Broadway and throughout the 1960s and 70s made ... See full bio »

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Chocolat Soundtrack
A Good Year
A Good Year Soundtrack
The Little Death
The Little Death Soundtrack
Head in the Clouds
Head in the Clouds Soundtrack


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 2015 En mai, fais ce qu'il te plaît (performer: "Quel beau jour pour moi")
 2014 The Little Death (performer: "Two Sleepy People")
 2007 Towelhead (performer: "Ciel de Paris")
 2006 A Good Year (performer: "Vous qui Passez sans me Voir", "J'attendrai")
 2004 Head in the Clouds (performer: "Vous qui Passez sans me Voir")
 2002 Rue des plaisirs (performer: "Un Amour Comme Le Notre")
 2001 The Girl from Paris (performer: "Je tire ma révérence", "La valse au village")
 2001 Transfixed (performer: "Vous qui Passez sans me Voir")
 2000 Chocolat (performer: "Two Sleepy People")
 1984 Mistral's Daughter (TV Mini-Series) (performer: "April in Paris")
 1963 Je connais une blonde (TV Movie) (performer: "Reviens", "Je sais que vous êtes jolie")
 1948 Miranda (performer: "Miranda")
 1939 The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (performer: "The Darktown Strutters' Ball" - uncredited)
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How could Madonna ever think of playing Mistinguett in a film? I hate her modern music. She has no talent whatsoever. How could she recreate Mistinguett's beautiful style? And anyway, you can't have a tart playing another tart.


March 30, 1950, he recorded the French song "C'est si bon" which was written in 1947 by Henri Betti (music) and André Hornez (lyrics). The recording took place in London with Woolf Phillips and his Orchestra. On November 23 of the same year, he recorded the English version (lyrics by Jerry Seelen) in Buenos Aires with Emil Stern and his Orchestra. See more »

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