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Aimé Simon-Girard (1889–1950)

Aimé Simon-Girard was born on March 20, 1889 in Paris, France as Aimé Max Simon. He was an actor and writer, known for Les trois mousquetaires (1921), Three Musketeers (1932) and Fan Fan the Tulip (1925). He died on June 15, 1950 in Paris. See full bio »


(age 61) in Paris, France

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 1947 Mandrin
 1945 Le cavalier noir
 1938 Alexis gentleman chauffeur
Henri IV (as A. Simon-Girard)
 1937 The Buttock
Le prince Héctor
 1937 Arsene Lupin, Detective
Le journaliste (as Simon-Girard)
 1933 Champignol malgré lui
André de Saint-Florimond)
 1931 Les quatre vagabonds
 1928 Les transatlantiques
Le duc Urbain de Tiercé
 1927 La grande amie
Jacques de La Ferlandière
 1925 Mylord l'Arsouille
Mylord l'Arsouille
 1923 Milady
 1922 Le fils du flibustier
Yves le Paimpolais / Jacques Lafont
 1921 Les trois mousquetaires (Short)
D' Artagnan
Show Show Writer (2 credits)
Show Show Music department (1 credit)

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Alternate Names:

A. Simon-Girard | Simon-Girard

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