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Jules Epailly (1880–1967)

Jules Epailly was born on October 10, 1880 in Paris, France. He was an actor, known for Follow the Leader (1930), Sweet Surrender (1935) and Before Morning (1933). He died on April 29, 1967 in Central Islip, Long Island, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Follow the Leader Gaston Duval
Before Morning Ben Ayoub
Honor Among Lovers Louis, Headwaiter


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 1937 Kick Me Again (Short)
French Nobleman (uncredited)
 1936 Dough-Nuts (Short)
Jules Epailly
 1935 Sweet Surrender
 1935 Double Exposure (Short)
Ben Ali Oop
 1935 The Officer's Mess (Short)
 1935 Cherchez la Femme (Short)
 1934 Art Trouble (Short)
Judge at Art Exhibition (uncredited)
 1934 Everybody Likes Music (Short)
President of Bullvania
 1934 Going Spanish (Short)
Mayor of Los Pochos Eggos
 1933 Before Morning
Ben Ayoub
 1933 Rock-a-Bye-Bye (Short)
 1933 Salt Water Daffy (Short)
Count Fille du Pax (uncredited)
 1931 Honor Among Lovers
Louis, Headwaiter
 1930 Follow the Leader
Gaston Duval
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 1947 It Pays to Be Funny
Mayor (edited from: Going Spanish)
 1942 Bob's Busy Day (Short)
Mayor of Los Pochos Eggos

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Other Works:

Stage Play: Between the Devil. Musical comedy. Material by Howard Dietz. Lyrics by Howard Dietz. Music by Arthur Schwartz. Musical Director: Don Voorhees. Music orchestrated by Ardon Cornwell, Phil Wall, Hans Spialek and Conrad Salinger. Directed by Hassard Short and John Hayden. Imperial Theatre: 22 Dec 1937- 12 Mar 1938 (93 performances)... See more »

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