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Saturnin Fabre (4 April 1884 – 4 October 1961) was a French film actor.
Jules Auguste Muraire, whose stage name was Raimu, was a French actor. He is most famous for playing César in the 'Marseilles trilogy'.
Pierre Larquey was a French film actor. He appeared in more than 200 films between 1913 and 1962. Born in Cénac, Gironde, France, he died in Maisons-Laffitte at the age of 77.
Jean d'Yd was the stage name of Jean Paul Félix Didier Perret. He was a French actor and comedian, and was born in Paris on 17 May 1880. He died in Vernon, Eure, France on 14 May 1964.
Jean Brochard was a French film actor. He appeared in more than 100 films between 1933 and 1966.
Arthur Devère was a Belgian film actor. He appeared in more than 50 films between 1913 and 1956.
Charles Blavette was a French film actor. He appeared in 50 films between 1933 and 1966.
Pauline Carton was a French film actress. She appeared in more than 190 films between 1907 and 1974.
Armand Bernard was a French comic actor and composer known mainly for his prolific work in film.
Edmond Beauchamp, sometimes credited only as Beauchamp, was a French film and Broadway stage actor. He appeared in 70 films between 1928 and 1979.
Pierre Victor Théophile Bertin was a French stage and film actor. In 1948, he starred in the film The Lame Devil under Sacha Guitry.
Édouard Delmont was a French actor born Édouard Marius Autran in Marseille. He died in Cannes at age 72.
Jules Berry was a French actor.
Robert Le Vigan, was a French actor.
Robert Moor was a French actor.
Aimé Clariond was a French stage and film actor.
Robert Vattier was a French actor.
Jim Gérald was a French actor.
Jacques Varennes was a French film actor who appeared in around seventy films during his career. He appeared in Maurice Tourneur's 1938 historical film The Patriot.
Raymond Cordy was a French film actor, born Raymond Cordiaux. He appeared in over a hundred and thirty films during his career.
Antonin Berval (1891–1966) was a French film actor. He is sometimes credited simply as Berval.