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1. Raoul Ruiz Raoul Ruiz Director, Marcel Proust's Time Regained Chilean director Raúl, or Raoul, Ruiz (1941-2011) was one of the most exciting and innovative filmmakers to emerge from 1960s World Cinema, providing more intellectual fun and artistic experimentation, shot for shot, than any filmmaker since Jean-Luc Godard. A guerrilla who uncompromisingly assaulted the preconceptions of film art...
2. Anne Wiazemsky Anne Wiazemsky Actress, Au Hasard Balthazar
3. Dany Robin Dany Robin Actress, Topaz This pert, delicate-looking French dish with the piled-high blonde hairdo was a one-time threat to the sexy, kittenish pedestal 'Brigitte Bardot' stood on during the 1950s. Born on April 4, 1927, the lithe and luscious Dany Robin trained as a ballerina as a child and eventually made her way to the Opera de Paris...
4. Daniel Duval Daniel Duval Actor, Caché Daniel Duval had a difficult childhood. In care from an early age, it was not easy for him to be well-balanced. As a teen, he was made to learn a trade. While an apprentice-joiner, he became ill and found himself in hospital: that is where he found his real vocation. He shared his room with the producer of the religious program "Le Jour du Seigneur" and...
5. Jacques Herlin Jacques Herlin Actor, Des hommes et des dieux
6. Laurent Terzieff Laurent Terzieff Actor, The Milky Way
7. Pascal Chaumeil Pascal Chaumeil Director, L'arnacoeur
8. Suzanne Flon Suzanne Flon Actress, The Train Opulent French actress Suzanne Flon, who came from humble beginnings, evolved into a luminous stage and film star whose career lasted five decades. She was born near Paris, the daughter of a railway worker and a seamstress and at school developed an interest in writing poetry. Following high school she worked as an English interpreter at Au Printemps...
9. Paloma Matta Paloma Matta Actress, La femme en blanc
10. Kate Barry Kate Barry Camera and Electrical Department, Jacky in the Kingdom of Women
11. Denise Grey Denise Grey Actress, The Party
12. Madeleine Ozeray Madeleine Ozeray Actress, The Old Gun
13. Odette Laure Odette Laure Actress, Daddy Nostalgia
14. Jacques Debary Jacques Debary Actor, Les cinq dernières minutes
15. René Féret René Féret Actor, Nannerl, la soeur de Mozart
16. Nina Companeez Nina Companeez Writer, The Horseman on the Roof
17. Christiane Minazzoli Christiane Minazzoli Actress, Madame Bovary
18. Michel Peyrelon Michel Peyrelon Actor, Les visiteurs
19. Mary Marquet Mary Marquet Actress, La Grande Vadrouille Mary Marquet studied acting at the Conservatoire and was encouraged by Sarah Bernhardt to become an actress. She made her stage debut in "La cathédrale" by the dramatist Eugène Morand. Her real triumph soon followed with "L'aiglon" by Edmond Rostand. She joined the Comédie Française in 1923 and was one of its most revered actress for over twenty years before being fired...
20. Arlette Marchal Arlette Marchal Actress, Wings Brunette, exotic Lucienne Marie Marchal overcame her affliction with shyness by enrolling in, and ultimately winning, a beauty contest. One of the judges was the director Léonce Perret, who promptly helped her get her first role in motion pictures. After that, her face was sufficient to keep her in...
21. Jane Marken Jane Marken Actress, ...And God Created Woman
22. Corinne Luchaire Corinne Luchaire Actress, Abbandono
23. Jacques Rouffio Jacques Rouffio Writer, 7 morts sur ordonnance
24. Line Noro Line Noro Actress, Pastoral Symphony
25. Madeleine Barbulée Madeleine Barbulée Actress, Forbidden Games
26. Mado Maurin Mado Maurin Actress, Homicide by Night
27. Sophie Desmarets Sophie Desmarets Actress, Le mur de l'Atlantique
28. Jeanne Boitel Jeanne Boitel Actress, Inspector Maigret
29. Annette Poivre Annette Poivre Actress, What's New Pussycat
30. Alice Tissot Alice Tissot Actress, The Horse Ate the Hat
31. Elvire Popesco Elvire Popesco Actress, Purple Noon From 1923 when she played the lead in Louis Verneuil's "Ma cousine de Varsovie" to 1978 when she played again (and for the last time) "La Mamma", written specially for her by André Roussin, Elvire Popesco (born near Bucharest in 1894) was the undisputed queen of "Théâtre de Boulevard" (light comedies)...
32. Odette Talazac Odette Talazac Actress, The Rules of the Game
33. Huguette Duflos Huguette Duflos Actress, La princesse aux clowns
34. Tzvetan Todorov Tzvetan Todorov Self, The Possibility of Hope
35. Gérard de Villiers Gérard de Villiers Writer, S.A.S. à San Salvador
36. Hélène Tossy Hélène Tossy Actress, Gervaise
37. Alice Field Alice Field Actress, Playtime
38. Gilberte Géniat Gilberte Géniat Actress, Diary of a Chambermaid
39. Cabu Cabu Self, Oncle Bernard - L'anti-leçon d'économie
40. Fréhel Fréhel Actress, Amélie
41. Andrée Clément Andrée Clément Actress, Pastoral Symphony
42. Laure Diana Laure Diana Actress, La tendre ennemie
43. Marguerite Pierry Marguerite Pierry Actress, On purge bébé
44. Louise Weiss Louise Weiss Director, Liban, terre des hommes et des dieux
45. Talus Taylor Talus Taylor Writer, Barbapapa
46. Bernard Maris Bernard Maris Self, Oncle Bernard - L'anti-leçon d'économie
47. Evelyne Ker Evelyne Ker Actress, À nos amours
48. Gérard Calvi Gérard Calvi Composer, The Twelve Tasks of Asterix
49. Geneviève Kervine Geneviève Kervine Actress, La nuit des suspectes
50. Madeleine Geoffroy Madeleine Geoffroy Actress, Le septième juré
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