|Died||3 March 1990|
|Years active||1931 - 1966 (film)|
Louis Page (1905–1990) was a French cinematographer. 
Georges Joseph Christian Simenon was a Belgian writer. A prolific author who published nearly 500 novels and numerous short works, Simenon is best known as the creator of the fictional detective Jules Maigret.
Jean Delannoy was a French actor, film editor, screenwriter and film director.
Luigi Cervi, better known as Gino Cervi, was an Italian actor. He was best known for portraying Peppone in a series of comedies based on the character Don Camillo (1952-1965), and police detective Jules Maigret on the television series Le inchieste del commissario Maigret (1964-1972).
George Joseph Folsey, A.S.C., was an American cinematographer who worked on 162 films between 1919 and his retirement in 1976.
Alfred Roger Adam was a French stage and film character actor, who usually played weak or villainous roles.
David Mervyn Johns was a Welsh film and television character actor who became a star of British films during World War II. In the postwar era, he worked regularly at Ealing Studios.
Paul Frankeur was a French actor who appeared in films by Jacques Tati and Luis Buñuel. He was sometimes credited as Paul Francoeur.
Jacques Morel was a French film and television actor. He was, perhaps, best known as the French language voice of the cartoon character, Obelix, in the animated adaptation of the comic book, Asterix.
André Valmy was a French film actor. He was born André Antoine Marius Dugenet in the 14th arrondissement of Paris. He appeared in more than 60 films between 1940 and 2001. He is also known in France to be the dubbed voice of Walter Matthau, Robert Shaw and George Kennedy.
Roland Armontel was a French actor.
Roger d'Este Burford (1904–1981) was an English poet, novelist and screenwriter. He also wrote crime fiction as Roger East.
The Thrill of the Skies is a 1940 Italian war film directed by Giorgio Ferroni and starring Silvana Jachino, Mario Giannini and Mario Ferrari. A group of aspiring young pilots in the city of Asiago construct a glider. After service in the Spanish Civil War, they return to a heroic reception in their home city.
Göran Strindberg (1917–1991) was a Swedish cinematographer. Strindberg was one of the leading cinematographers in post-Second World War Sweden, replacing the earlier generation who had emerged during the silent era. He worked a number of times with the director Alf Sjöberg.
Valentine Tessier was a French actress who appeared in around thirty films during her career. She played the title role in Jean Renoir's 1934 film version of Madame Bovary.
Henry Freulich was an American cinematographer for 31 years. He was married to the actress Kay Harris.
Armand Thirard (1899–1973) was a French cinematographer. He worked on more than a hundred and twenty films during his career.
Mary Marquet was a French stage and film actress.
Alfred Hansen (1885–1935) was a German cinematographer of the silent and early sound era.
Emilio Foriscot (1904–2001) was a Spanish cinematographer. He worked on over a hundred film productions during his career.
Guy Decomble (1910–1964) was a French film and television actor. A character actor he played in a number of supporting parts in postwar cinema. One of his better known roles is as the teacher in The 400 Blows by François Truffaut.