Madeleine Lambert

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Madeleine Lambert
Born7 May 1892
Died24 July 1977
Years active1921-1968 (film )

Madeleine Lambert (1892–1977) was a French stage, television and film actress. [1]



1931 My Cousin from Warsaw Lucienne
1937L'amour veilleSophie
1938 The Curtain Rises Élisabeth
1940Menaces...La patronne de l'hôtel
1945Le père SergeLa comtesse Varvara Alexandrovna Kedrov
1948 Emile the African Madame Cormier
1949 Branquignol La marquise de Pressailles
1951 Two Pennies Worth of Violets Une amie
1951Une histoire d'amourUne invitéeUncredited
1952 La Vérité sur Bébé Donge Madame d'Onneville
1952 Leathernose Une invitée
1954Les révoltés de LomanachLa comtesseUncredited
1955 Marguerite de la nuit L'admiratrice de l'OpéraUncredited
1956Mademoiselle PigalleHeadmistress
1956 The Bride Is Much Too Beautiful Aunt Agnes
1957 Charming Boys Madame Micoulin
1959 Les Liaisons dangereuses Mme Rosemonde
1965 Passeport diplomatique agent K 8 La tante
1966A nous deux, Paris!Mme Hagueauner mère
1968You Only Love Once(final film role)

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  1. Goble p.478