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Jacques Duby (7 May 1922 – 15 February 2012) was a French stage, film and television actor. He was born in Toulouse. 
Some of his works include 101 Dalmatians (1961), Pinocchio (1968), and The Jungle Book (1967). He also served as narrator in a French audiobook recording of Treasure Island released in 2011. 
The Annales school is a group of historians associated with a style of historiography developed by French historians in the 20th century to stress long-term social history. It is named after its scholarly journal Annales d'histoire économique et sociale, which remains the main source of scholarship, along with many books and monographs. The school has been highly influential in setting the agenda for historiography in France and numerous other countries, especially regarding the use of social scientific methods by historians, emphasizing social and economic rather than political or diplomatic themes.
Georges Duby was a French historian who specialised in the social and economic history of the Middle Ages. He ranks among the most influential medieval historians of the twentieth century and was one of France's most prominent public intellectuals from the 1970s to his death.
Events from the year 1996 in France.
Albert Falco was a French scuba diving veteran and champion of underwater conservation. He was one of the longest-serving diving companions of Jacques Cousteau, Chief Diver, and later Captain of the RV Calypso. He lived in France and was active in preserving aquatic ecosystems. He played several leading roles on Cousteau's films, like The Silent World (1956), World Without Sun (1964) and Voyage to the Edge of the World (1976). Falco was the author of a non-fiction book, Capitaine de La Calypso.
Duby is a surname. It may refer to:
Allons is a commune in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region of southeastern France.
Seyne is a commune in Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, a department of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in south-east France. It is roughly 30 km north of Digne.
Events from the year 1919 in France.
Craig John Duby, former Australian politician, was a member of the unicameral Legislative Assembly of the Australian Capital Territory between 1989 and 1992, elected to the multi-member single constituency Assembly as a representative of the No Self-Government Party. During his term in office, Duby was a member of the Independents Group and the Hare-Clark Independent Party. Duby was the Minister for Finance and Urban Services and briefly was the Minister for Housing and Community Services in the Kaine ministry. For part of one day, he served as the Leader of the Opposition.
Three Women is a 1952 French film directed by André Michel. It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.
Boulevard is a 1960 French film directed by Julien Duvivier and set in the Quartier Pigalle.
Mitsou is a 1956 French comedy film directed by Jacqueline Audry and starring Danièle Delorme, Fernand Gravey and François Guérin. A music hall singer becomes involved in a love triangle with an older wealthy man and a young army officer. It is based on the 1919 novella Mitsou by Colette. The title role is played by Danièle Delorme who had previously appeared as Gigi in the 1949 film adaptation of Colette's work Gigi which was also directed by Audry.
Short Head is a 1956 French comedy film directed by Norbert Carbonnaux, written by Michel Audiard and starring Fernand Gravey, Micheline Dax and Jean Richard. The film is known under the alternative title Photo Finish.
Events from the year 2012 in France:
Arthur Goldhammer is an American academic and translator.
Meeting in Paris is a 1956 French comedy film directed by Georges Lampin and starring Robert Lamoureux, Betsy Blair and Jacques Castelot.
The Collège of Bernardins, or Collège Saint-Bernard, located no 20, rue de Poissy in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, is a former Cistercian college of the historic University of Paris. Founded by Stephen of Lexington, abbot of Clairvaux, and built from 1248 with the encouragement of Pope Innocent IV, it served until the French Revolution as the residence for the Cistercian monks, students at the University of Paris.
It Happened in Aden is a 1956 French historical comedy film directed by Michel Boisrond and starring André Luguet, Jacques Dacqmine and Dany Robin. It is based on the 1940 novel The Environs of Aden by Pierre Benoît.
The Moon Birds is a play by the French playwright Marcel Aymé.
Women's Prison is a 1958 French drama film directed by Maurice Cloche and starring Danièle Delorme, Jacques Duby and Vega Vinci. It is based on the 1930 novel of the same title by Francis Carco previously made into the 1938 French film Women's Prison and the 1947 Swedish film Two Women.