"La puce à l'oreille" (Feydau) (1967)
2 Interviews |
1 Pictorial |
6 Magazine Cover Photos |
Micheline Prelle/Micheline Presle in New Orleans Adventure | Micheline Michel | Micheline Prelle
5' 6¼" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
[on Nazi-occupied France] I detested the Germans and did my best not to see them. It wasn't an act of heroism, it wasn't active resistance, it was an attitude. I'd play cards at a friend's house or I'd meet a group of young people like myself at cafés. We'd talk, but we were careful. A very good friend of mine, Joël Le Tac, was in the resistance, but I didn't know. He'd go away for a while -only ...
Her father, Robert Chassagne, was an important industrialist and stockbroker. Mother Yvonne Bacelier was an art lover and occasional painter. Micheline credits Yvonne for having passed on to her the love for the artistic subjects. Robert didn't share the same interests, but, after a bankruptcy, he relocated to the US under a new name, leaving the family behind and clearing the path for Micheline ...
Often played sassy heroines who were much ahead of their time