Georges Saillard

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Georges Saillard
Georges Augustin Eugène Saillard

(1877-07-05)5 July 1877
Died11 September 1967(1967-09-11) (aged 90)
Occupation actress
Years active1909—1950

Georges Augustin Eugène Saillard (5 July 1877 – 11 September 1967) was a French film actor.

He starred in some 52 films between 1909 and 1950.

He died in Versailles on 11 September 1967

Selected filmography

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