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Georges Guétary Poster

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Overview (3)

Born in Alexandria, Egypt
Died in Mougins, Alpes-Maritimes, France  (heart attack)
Birth NameLambros Worloou

Mini Bio (1)

When we hear songs like "Rambino" and " Ciao Ciao Bambino" the name of Georges Guétary cames to one's mind. But also as a producer of " Bless the bride", "Latin Quartier" in London and "Arms and the girl" on Broadway, he added light and charm to show business. The last show to celebrate 50 years of perfomances was staged at the Robino's in Paris. He returns to ashes in an orthodox church at Cannes where he was cremated.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: <carlos.a.ilharco@telecom.pt>

Spouse (1)

Janine Guyon (8 February 1955 - 13 September 1997) ( his death) ( 2 children)

Trivia (6)

January 5, 1949, he recorded with Marius Coste and his Orchestra the French song "Maître Pierre" which was written in 1948 by Henri Betti (music) and Jacques Plante (lyrics).
He starred in several stage musicals in Paris, London, and New York in the 1940s and 1950s.
Of Greek heritage.
In 1956, he recorded with Jo Moutet and his Orchestra the French song "C'est Noël" which was written by Henri Betti (music) and Jean Manse (lyrics) for Fernandel in Honoré de Marseille (1956). The scene where Fernandel sang the song had been deleted at the editing.
In 1993, he sang with Jean Sala and his Orchestra two French songs composed by Henri Betti in La chance aux chansons (1984) : "Maître Pierre" (composed in 1948 with the lyrics of Jacques Plante) and "Toutes les Femmes" (composed in 1951 with the lyrics of André Hornez and René Rouzaud).

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