Matilde Sofía Margarita Abrecht
7 December 1921
|Died||12 April 1989 67) (aged|
|Years active||1936 - 1987|
Tilda Thamar (born Matilde Sofía Margarita Abrecht; 7 December 1921 – 12 April 1989) was an Argentine actress. She was born in Entre Rios Province, Argentina, in 1921.She was married to Spanish portrait painter Alejo Vidal-Quadras and divorced in 1971. Thamar and Vidal-Quadras lived in Paris, France. Thamar was killed in a car accident in Clermont-en-Argonne, Meuse, in the Lorraine region of France in 1989.
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Françoise Arnoul was a French actress, who achieved popularity during the 1950s.
Anne Vernon is a French former actress. She appeared in 40 films between 1948 and 1970, including three films that were entered into the main competition at the Cannes Film Festival. She is perhaps best known today for her role as Madame Emery, the umbrella-shop owner, in Jacques Demy's 1964 musical The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, starring Catherine Deneuve. She was born in Saint-Denis.
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Maid in Paris is a 1956 French comedy film directed by Pierre Gaspard-Huit and starring Dany Robin, Daniel Gélin and Tilda Thamar. The screenplay concerns a young woman from the countryside who visits Paris and falls in love with a police officer there.
Massacre in Lace is a 1952 French comedy crime film directed by André Hunebelle and starring Raymond Rouleau, Anne Vernon and Tilda Thamar. It was shot at the Saint-Maurice Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Lucien Carré. It is the third in the trilogy of films featuring the character of Georges Masse following Mission in Tangier (1949) and Beware of Blondes (1950).
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A Model from Paris is a 1946 Argentine comedy film directed by Luis Bayón Herrera and starring Pedro Quartucci, Tilda Thamar and Francisco Álvarez.
A Night at the Moulin Rouge is a 1957 French comedy film directed by Jean-Claude Roy and starring Tilda Thamar, Noël Roquevert and Jean Tissier. Much of the film is portrayed as taking place in the Moulin Rouge cabaret nightclub in Paris.
Night Round is a 1949 French crime film directed by François Campaux and starring Tilda Thamar, Julien Carette and Noël Roquevert.
Paris, Palace Hotel is a 1956 French-Italian romantic comedy film directed by Henri Verneuil and starring Charles Boyer, Françoise Arnoul and Tilda Thamar.
The Red Angel is a 1949 French crime drama film directed by Jacques Daniel-Norman and starring Paul Meurisse, Tilda Thamar and Antonin Berval. The film's sets were designed by the art director Raymond Druart.