Geymond Vital

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Geymond Vital
Vital Bernard Geymond

(1897-01-24)24 January 1897
Died6 December 1987(1987-12-06) (aged 90)
Paris, France
Years active1924–1975 (film)

Geymond Vital (24 January 1897 – 6 December 1987) was a French film, stage and television actor. [1]



1924La galerie des monstres
1926DestinéeCarlo Strabini
1927L'île enchantéeFerrari
1928 The Italian Straw Hat Le lieutenant Tavernier
1928 Misdeal Marcellin Maldone
1929 The Lighthouse Keepers Yvon Bréhan
1930Le masque d'HollywoodJimmy Doyle
1930Lopez, le banditPancho Lopez
1931Le père célibataire
1931Révolte dans la prisonDopey
1931 Spanish Nights Le marquis de Lupa
1932Le Fils de l'autrePaul Niles / Victor Whitcomb
1933 The Agony of the Eagles Le messager de Nantes
1936 Royal Waltz René
1936 The Gardens of Murcia Pencho
1937Double crime sur la ligne MaginotLieutenant Le Guenn
1938L'Étrange Monsieur VictorPetit rôleUncredited
1938 La Piste du sud Braun
1938Éducation de princeLe général Braoulitch
1939 The Five Cents of Lavarede Le policier
1944 First on the Rope Maxime Vouillaz
1946Le bateau à soupePedro
1947Un flicDaniel
1949 Doctor Laennec Dr. Pierre Bayle
1949 Cage of Girls Pierre Mansois, oncle de Micheline
1950Le Crime des justesMonsieur Combaroux
1955ChantageL'avocat de la partie civile
1956 Law of the Streets
1958 Maigret Sets a Trap Un journalisteUncredited
1958Prisons de femmes
1959 Too Late to Love Maître Augier - l'avocat général
1960 The Baron of the Locks La RaméeUncredited
1961Vive Henri IV, vive l'amourVilleroyUncredited
1964 Diary of a Chambermaid Le brigadier sur le quai de la gare
1964 Angélique, Marquise des Anges Le père KirscherUncredited
1967Le Crime de David LevinsteinLe grand-père

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