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Nicole Védrès (1911–1965)

Nicole Védrès was born on September 4, 1911 in Paris, France as Nicole Henriette Désirée Charlotte Cahen dit Nathan dit Rais. She was a director and writer, known for Paris 1900 (1947), Life Begins Tomorrow (1950) and Aux frontières de l'homme (1953). She was married to G. Vedrès. She died on November 20, 1965 in Paris. See full bio »


(age 54) in Paris, France

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 1950 Life Begins Tomorrow (Documentary)
 1947 Paris 1900 (Documentary)
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 1950 Life Begins Tomorrow (Documentary)
 1947 Paris 1900 (Documentary)
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 1964 La nuit écoute (TV Series short)
- Nicole Vedrès (1964) ... Herself (as Nicole Vedrès)
 1962 The Eurovision Song Contest (TV Special)
Herself - Belgian Commentator: French Speaking Region (voice)
 1957 Lectures pour tous (TV Series)
Herself - Host
- Episode dated 19 June 1957 (1957) ... Herself - Host
- Episode dated 17 April 1957 (1957) ... Herself - Host
 1949 Disorder (Documentary short)

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Nicole Vedrès

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French documentary film maker, a former journalist.

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