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Delphin (I) (1882–1938)

Delphin was born on October 12, 1882 in Fessey, Haute-Saône, France as Jules Sirveaux. He was an actor, known for Carnival in Flanders (1935), Le nain (1912) and La vertu de Lucette (1912). He died on May 6, 1938 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 55) in Paris, France

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Carnival in Flanders
Carnival in Flanders Le nain / The Dwarf
Le nain
Le nain Paul Dancourt
La vertu de Lucette
Zero for Conduct
Zero for Conduct Principal du Collège


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 1938 Le joueur d'échecs
Yegor, le bouffon (uncredited)
 1935 Carnival in Flanders
Le nain / The Dwarf
 1933 Zero for Conduct (Short)
Principal du Collège
 1912 La vertu de Lucette (Short)
 1912 Le nain (Short)
Paul Dancourt
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 2005 Ce nain que je ne saurais voir! (TV Movie documentary) (dedicatee)

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He was a dwarf. Jean Vigo, who directed him in Zero for Conduct (1933), went to see him in his home in Paris, Boulevard de Clichy, and found no little problems because of the furnitures, all made according to owner's size.

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