Jean-Jacques Delbo

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Jean-Jacques Delbo
Born(1909-01-10)10 January 1909
Died20 May 1996(1996-05-20) (aged 87)
Years active1936-1990

Jean-Jacques Delbo (10 January 1909 20 May 1996) was a French actor. He appeared in more than sixty films from 1936 to 1990.



1943Le chant de l'exiléLe complice de Riedgo
The Stairs Without End Albert
L'homme qui vendit son âmeArmand
Feu NicolasVillier
1945Mademoiselle X
The Last Metro
Majestic Hotel Cellars Enrico Fualdès
1946 Goodbye Darling Ricardo
Une femme coupée en morceaux
That's Not the Way to Die Piere Vanier
Devil and the Angel Lenoir
1947 Six Hours to Lose Claude
Copie conformeOscar
Un flicZattore
Secret Cargo Carlos Mendoza
1948Fort de la solitudeFrançois
Judicial Error Stefano
Les souvenirs ne sont pas à vendreMax
1950 The Ferret Ludovic
The King of the Bla Bla Bla Loustot
1951 The Two Girls Pierre Manin
1953Minuit... Quai de BercyMartin, le masseur
Their Last Night Antoine Pérez
1954 Royal Affairs in Versailles Monsieur de la Motte
La soupe à la grimaceGodby
1955 Napoléon Le général BeckerUncredited
The Babes Make the Law Le truand qui bat Nathalie
Pas de coup dur pour JohnnyJérôme
L'impossible Monsieur Pipelet Monsieur Francis
Chiens perdus sans collierUn joueur de belote
1956 If Paris Were Told to Us Monsieur de la Personne
Cela s'appelle l'aurore Gorzone
1957 Mademoiselle and Her Gang O'Connor
1958Le souffle du désirFreddy
Filles de nuit
The Day the Sky Exploded Sergei Boetnikov
En bordéeMax
1959Gangster BossM. Jumelin
Menschen im Hotel 1. Portier
1960 The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse Cornelius' Butler
Brandenburg Division Secret Service Man
1961 Bernadette of Lourdes Le commissaire Jacomet
The Count of Monte Cristo
Erik the Conqueror Olaf
1962 La Fayette L'exempt
1963 Any Number Can Win Le chorégrapheUncredited
Chair de poule Joubert
La bande à Bobo
1967 All Mad About Him L'attaché
The Blonde from Peking Monsieur Olsen
1968 The Biggest Bundle of Them All Train EngineerUncredited
1971 Perched on a Tree Le yachtman
Without Apparent Motive Le supérieur / Commissioner
1975 The Common Man Le médecin-légiste
1980LuluDoctor Goll
1990Wings of Fame(final film role)

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