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Marcel Étienne Vibert
2 November 1883
|Died||11 June 1959 75) (aged|
|Other names||Marcel Étienne Vibert|
|Occupation||Film actor, Stage actor|
Marcel Vibert (2 November 1883 – 11 June 1959) was a French film actor. Vibert worked primarily in the French film industry, but in the late 1920s he also appeared in several British silent films including Moulin Rouge and Champagne .
On 14 October 1930, Vibert married actress Hélène Darly. 
Moulin Rouge is a cabaret in Paris, France.
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Alfred Junge was a German-born production designer who spent a large part of his career working in the British film industry.
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Albert Préjean was a French actor, primarily in film. He served in World War I, and was decorated with the Croix de Guerre and the Legion d'honneur. With Lysiane Rey, he was the father of Patrick Préjean, and grandfather of Laura Préjean.
André Roanne was a French actor. He began his career playing in short films, and acted in 91 films in total, most notably those of Fernandel. Most of his films were French; he did, however, also appear in German and Italian works, especially co-productions with French companies. He also served occasionally as an assistant director, screenwriter, technician, and film editor.
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