Arlette Merry

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Arlette Merry
Born(1918-03-18)18 March 1918
Died19 February 2015(2015-02-19) (aged 96)
Paris, France
Other namesArlette Jacqueline Pinoteau
Years active1932 - 1976 (film)

Arlette Merry (18 March 1918 19 February 2015) was a French actress and singer. [1] She was the daughter of Lucien Pinoteau and the sister of Claude Pinoteau and Jacques Pinoteau.


Merry died in February 2015 at the age of 96. [2]


1932Le chien jauneUncredited
1944L'aventure est au coin de la rueHèléne
1945 Hanged Man's Farm Amanda
1946Messieurs LudovicMarika Lamar
1946 The Eternal Husband Madame Maria - la prostituée
1947 The Fugitive Deanna
1947Histoire de chanterGisèle
1947La cabane aux souvenirsDenise
1947 The Lost Village Berthe
1948Si jeunesse savait...Martine
1948Si ça peut vous faire plaisirGinette
1948 The White Night Jasmine
1948 Sergil and the Dictator Dolorès
1949 Last Love La couturière
1949 Brilliant Waltz Lolita
1950 Sending of Flowers Sophie
1951 The Beautiful Image La concierge
1951La nuit est mon royaumeUncredited
1952 They Were Five Valérie - La soeur de Roger, chanteuse de cabaret
1952Un jour avec vousClaude Cartier
1952 Brelan d'as  [ fr ]Florence Garnier(segment "Le mort dans l'ascenseur")
1953J'y suis... j'y resteGisèle
1955 The Price of Love Raymonde
1957 Escapade Dolly
1964La Mort d'un tueurL'amie de Lucienne
1965 Le Chant du monde

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