Alexandre Rignault

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Alexandre Rignault
Born14 February 1901
Died2 April 1985(1985-04-02) (aged 84)
Saint-Mandé, France
OccupationActor
Years active1931–1985

Alexandre Rignault (14 February 1901 – 2 April 1985) was a French actor. He appeared in more than a hundred films between 1931 and 1985.

Selected filmography

Film
YearTitleRoleNotes
1931 La Chienne
1933 A Man's Neck Joseph Heurtin
Knock
The Orderly
1934 The Adventurer
Liliom
1935 Justin de Marseille
The Crew
1937 Courrier sud
Francis the First
The Forsaken
1938 Rasputin
The Woman from the End of the World
The Girls of the Rhône
1939 Fort Dolorès
1940 Serenade
1941 Volpone
1943 The Count of Monte Cristo
L'Éternel retour
Strange Inheritance
1945 The Last Metro Bourgeot
1946 Fantômas
1948 Ruy Blas
1949 Emile the African
1950 Les joueurs
Bibi Fricotin
1951 The Lady from Boston
The Prettiest Sin in the World
Andalusia
1952 Dans la vie tout s'arrange
Full House
Piédalu Works Miracles
1953 The Return of Don Camillo
1954 Leguignon the Healer
1956 The Adventures of Gil Blas
1959 Marie of the Isles
1960 Eyes Without a Face
1962 The Gentleman from Epsom
1964 Angélique, Marquise des Anges
1971 Le Prussien
1972 Figaro-ci, Figaro-là
1975 Number Two

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