Georges Baconnet

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Georges Baconnet
Born30 October 1892
Died9 March 1961 (aged 68)
Years active1926–1959 (film)

Georges Baconnet (1892–1961) was a French stage and film actor. [1] He was a member of the Comédie-Française from 1946 to his death.


Selected filmography

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  1. Gabanelli & Mattirolo p.47