Alain Noury

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Alain Noury
Born (1945-11-04) 4 November 1945 (age 78)
Years active1967-present

Alain Noury (born 4 November 1945) is a French actor. [1] He appeared in more than twenty films since 1967.


Selected filmography

1967 The Wanderer Frantz de Galais
1969 Giovinezza, giovinezza Giulio Govoni
1970 The Females  [ de ]Johnny
1970 Love Me Strangely Dino
1971 Und Jimmy ging zum Regenbogen Manuel Aranda
1972 Tears of Blood Alain
1975 Story of O Ivan
1981 Peacetime in Paris Mikelandjelo
1986 The Beauty of Vice

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