Olivier Hussenot

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Olivier Hussenot
Olivier Marie André Hussenot-Desenonges

(1913-09-10)10 September 1913
Died25 August 1978(1978-08-25) (aged 64)
Years active1931–1978
Notable work La Marie du port
Fanfan la Tulipe
The Roots of Heaven

Olivier Hussenot (10 September 1913 – 25 August 1978) was a French theatre and film actor. [1]



The actor appeared in French, Italian and American films.

Selected filmography

1949 The Perfume of the Lady in Black a madman Louis Daquin
Judgement of God Gaspard Bernauer Raymond Bernard
1950 La Marie du port Marie's second uncle Marcel Carné
Atoll K the commander Léo Joannon
Three Telegrams Police Commissaire Henri Decoin
1951 The Voyage to America Soalhat, the gardener Henri Lavorel
1952 Fanfan la Tulipe soldier Tranche-Montagne Christian-Jaque
The Long Teeth André Maurienne Daniel Gélin
1954 Mam'zelle Nitouche a quartermaster Yves Allégret
Obsession Louis Bernardin Jean Delannoy
1955 The Grand Maneuver a prefect René Clair
Je suis un sentimental Michel Gérard John Berry
Bedevilled the Hotel Manager Mitchell Leisen
1957 Maigret Sets a Trap inspector LagrumeJean Delannoy
1958 The Roots of Heaven the Baron John Huston
1959 Nina Un inspecteur Jean Boyer
1960 Les Scélérats Arthur Martin Robert Hossein
1961 Dans l'eau qui fait des bulles Inspector GuillaumeMaurice Delbez
1962 La Vendetta Monsieur Lauriston Jean Chérasse
1964 Marvelous Angelique the dentist Bernard Borderie
1968 A Flea in Her Ear Louis, the oncle of Max Jacques Charon
1974 Antoine and Sebastian Géraldi Jean-Marie Périer

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