Henri Marius Bourrelly
12 December 1905
|Died||20 July 1991 85) (aged|
Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France
Henri Marius Roger Bourrelly (12 December 1905 –20 July 1991), known by his stage name of Rellys, was a French actor. 
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