Armand Bernard

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Armand Bernard
Armand Bernard (Comedien) dans les annees 1930.jpg
Bernard c.1930
Born
Armand Joseph Bernard

(1893-03-21)21 March 1893
Died13 June 1968(1968-06-13) (aged 75)
Paris, France
Resting place Asnières-sur-Seine
OccupationActor, composer
Years active1914–1964

Armand Bernard (born Armand Joseph Bernard; 21 March 1893 13 June 1968) was a French comic actor and composer known mainly for his prolific work in film.

Selected filmography

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