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André Claveau (1911–2003)

André Claveau was born on December 29, 1911 in Paris, France. He died on July 4, 2003 in Agen, Lot-et-Garonne, France. See full bio »

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French Cancan Paul Delmet
Coeur-sur-Mer Claudius Paquito
Sins of Paris M. Du Bois
Un jour avec vous Philippe Mazières


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 2010 The Roundup (performer: "Tout en Flânant")
 2008 Female Agents (performer: "Marjolaine")
 2005 You Are So Beautiful (performer: "Domino")
 1976 Singing During the Occupation (Documentary) (performer: "J'ai Pleuré sur tes Pas")
 1974 Lacombe, Lucien (performer: "Ah ! Ce qu' on s'aimait")
 1963 Je connais une blonde (TV Movie) (performer: "Malgré tes Serments")
 1958 The Eurovision Song Contest (TV Special) (performer: "Dors, mon Amour")
 1956 La joie de vivre (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Paul Misraki (1956) ... (performer: "Chez Moi")
 1955 La course aux étoiles (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Robert Beauvais et Henri Kubnick (1955) ... (performer: "La vieille rengaine")
 1955 French Cancan (performer: "Les Petits Pavés")
 1954 Obsession (performer: "Joue pour Moi")
 1953 Saluti e baci (performer: "Mon Petit Monde à Moi")
 1952 Sins of Paris (performer: "L'Amour Passe", "Champagne", "Sous les Arcades")
 1952 Les surprises d'une nuit de noces (performer: "Dormez Bien mon Ange", "Je Vais à Costa Rica")
 1952 Un jour avec vous (performer: "Bon Anniversaire", "Un Jour avec vous")
 1951 Pas de vacances pour Monsieur le Maire (performer: "Tic Tac", "Rita de Panama", "Je n'ai qu'un Amour au Monde")
 1951 Under the Paris Sky (performer: "Coeur de Paris")
 1950 Coeur-sur-Mer (performer: "Coeur-sur-Mer")
 1946 Gai Paris: Variétés (Short) (performer: "Ce n'Était qu'un Bouquet de Violettes")
 1946 Le destin s'amuse (performer: "C'est un Soir", "Pâquerette")
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Won the The Eurovision Song Contest (1958) with the French song "Dors, mon Amour" which was written by Hubert Giraud (music) and Pierre Delanoë (lyrics).

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