Fernand Fabre

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Fernand Fabre
Fernand Louis Adelin Fabre

7 November 1899
Died19 January 1987
Paris, France
Years active1926–1983 (film)

Fernand Fabre (1899–1987) was a French stage, television and film actor. [1]


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  1. Goble p.49