Marcelle Praince

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Marcelle Praince
Born
Célestine Cardi

(1882-06-09)9 June 1882
Died26 October 1969(1969-10-26) (aged 87)
Occupation Actress

Marcelle Praince (9 June 1882 26 October 1969) was a French actress.

Praince was born Célestine Cardi in Vigeois, Corrèze, France and died in Maisons-Laffitte, Yvelines.

Selected filmography


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