Robert Ozanne

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Robert Ozanne
Born
Robert Marcel Achille Ozanne

13 February 1898
Died14 September 1941
OccupationActor
Years active1932 - 1943 (film)

Robert Ozanne (February 13, 1898 – September 14, 1941) was a French film actor. [1]

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Selected filmography

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