Ginette Baudin

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Ginette Baudin
Born4 March 1921
Died26 March 1971
Paris, France
Years active1941 - 1967 (film & TV)

Ginette Baudin (1921–1971) was a French stage and film actress. [1] She was married to the actor Andrex.


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