Robert Berri

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Robert Berri
Born(1912-12-16)16 December 1912
Paris, France
Died22 November 1989(1989-11-22) (aged 76)
Years active1937–1979

Robert Berri (16 December 1912 22 November 1989) was a French film actor. He appeared in 100 films between 1937 and 1979. [1]


Selected filmography

1949 Five Red Tulips Jacques Mauval
1950 The Unexpected Voyager Paolo
1951 Paris Vice Squad Inspecteur Paulan
The Red Inn Le Cocher
Un amour de parapluie
1952 The Damned Lovers Paul Morelli
1954 The Women Couldn't Care Less Fernandez / Jean Termiglio
Rasputin Le capitaine Soukoff
Le Blé en herbe
1955 Your Turn, Callaghan Raoul de Bois-Joli dit le Vicomte
More Whiskey for Callaghan Comte Haragos
1956 The Babes in the Secret Service Carboni
1957 Ces dames préfèrent le mambo Perez
1958 Le désordre et la nuit Marquis
1960 The Cat Shows Her Claws Le chauffeur du camion lors de l'accident simulé
1961 The Three Musketeers M. Bonacieux
1968 Leontine Un conseiller de Charles
1971 The Lion's Share Le patron du bistrot
1974 Un linceul n'a pas de poches Le militant communiste

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