Monique Rolland

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Monique Rolland
Rolande-Henriette Lapierre

17 December 1913
Other namesMonique Lapierre
Years active1930 - 1946 (film)

Monique Rolland (1913–1999) was a French film actress. She appeared in the 1932 film Narcotics . [1]


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  1. Youngkin p.465