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Georges Spanelly (1898–1979)

Georges Spanelly was born on December 25, 1898 in Paris, France. He was an actor, known for Rubber (1936), La Marseillaise (1938) and The Lame Devil (1948). He died on June 30, 1979 in Paris. See full bio »


(age 80) in Paris, France

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 1973 The Last Train
Le vieux du château d'eau (as Georges Spanelli)
 1972 Kean: Un roi de théâtre (TV Movie)
Le domestique
 1970 Un jeu d'enfer (TV Movie)
 1968 Les enquêtes du commissaire Maigret (TV Series)
Le médecin
- L'inspecteur cadavre (1968) ... Le médecin
 1966 The Rise of Louis XIV (TV Movie)
 1965 Bob Morane (TV Series)
Le médecin
- Mission pour Montellano (1965) ... Le médecin
 1959 Beast at Bay (uncredited)
 1959 Asphalt
 1958 Les cinq dernières minutes (TV Series)
Jean Carnolles
- D'une pierre deux coups (1958) ... Jean Carnolles
 1956 If Paris Were Told to Us
 1955 Napoleon (as Georges Spanelli)
 1954 Royal Affairs in Versailles
Un seigneur (uncredited)
 1950 The Treasure of Cantenac
 1948 The Lame Devil
Le comte de Montrond
 1944 La Malibran
Le directeur (uncredited)
 1942 Mlle. Desiree
 1938 La Bête Humaine
Camy-Lamotte, le secrétaire de Grandmorin (uncredited)
 1938 La Marseillaise
La Chesnaye (as Spanelly)
 1938 The Time of the Cherries
Le directeur
 1936 Rubber
 1935 Carnival in Flanders (uncredited)
 1934 Moscow Nights
Un officier (uncredited)
 1931 American Love (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Dubbing voice of Frank Faylen in the French post-synchronized version of Robert Wise 1948 "Blood on the Moon" (Ciel rouge).

Alternate Names:

Georges Spanelli | Spanelly

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