24 August 1895
|Died||15 December 1992 97) (aged|
Louveciennes, Yvelines, France
|Other names||Yolande Chamoux|
|Years active||1930-1956 (film)|
Yolande Laffon (1895–1992) was a French stage and film actress. 
Twice Upon a Time is a 1953 British comedy film directed by Emeric Pressburger and starring Hugh Williams, Elizabeth Allan, Yolande Larthe, and Charmian Larthe. It is based on the 1949 novel Lisa and Lottie by Erich Kästner. It concerns twin sisters who are separated when their parents divorce. They meet again by accident when they are sent to the same summer camp, and they hatch a plan to reunite their parents.
Beethoven's Great Love (French: Un grand amour de Beethoven is a 1936 French historical musical drama film directed by Abel Gance and starring Harry Baur, Annie Ducaux and Jany Holt. It portrays the career of the composer Ludwig van Beethoven. In Britain and the United States it was sometimes alternatively titled The Life and Loves of Beethoven.
Leathernose is a 1952 French-Italian historical drama film directed by Yves Allégret and starring Jean Marais, Françoise Christophe and Mariella Lotti. It is an adaptation of the 1936 novel by Jean de La Varende, set in France in the years after the Napoleonic Wars.
Gigi is a 1949 French comedy film directed by Jacqueline Audry and starring Gaby Morlay, Jean Tissier and Yvonne de Bray. A young girl who is coming of age and being trained as a courtesan by her family, and realises she not only adores the debonair, close family friend Gaston, who has spoiled her with attention and care for most of her life, but that she is in love with him. Gaston realises the same thing, and despite efforts of Gigi´s down-to-earth, doting Grandmother and charming socialite Aunt to bring the couple together by the then socially accepted practice, it is the undeniable and compelling love between Gigi and Gaston that triumphs. Directed by Jacqueline Audry, who accentuates the humor of this piece without losing the sensitivity of the young love that takes center stage. The film was based on the 1944 novella Gigi written by Colette.
Matrimonial Agency is a 1952 French comedy drama film directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois, written by Jean-Paul Le Chanois, and starring Bernard Blier and Louis de Funès.
La Putain respectueuse is a French drama film from 1952, directed by Marcello Pagliero and Charles Brabant, written by Alexandre Astruc, starring Barbara Laage and Louis de Funès. It is an adaptation of Jean-Paul Sartre's 1946 play The Respectful Prostitute.
Papa, Mama, the Maid and I is a French comedy film from 1954, directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois, written by Marcel Aymé, starring Robert Lamoureux and Louis de Funès.
To Dorothy, a Son is a 1950 comedy play by the British writer Roger MacDougall. The plot revolves around a complex inheritance in which the American ex-wife of a man tries to prevent his current pregnant wife giving birth before a certain day, in order that she can claim the money.
Ugo D'Alessio (1909–1979) was an Italian film actor.
The Misfortunes of Sophie is a 1946 French comedy drama film directed by Jacqueline Audry and starring Madeleine Rousset, Marguerite Moreno and Michel Auclair. The film is based on the novel of the same name by La Comtesse de Ségur.
Dilemma of Two Angels is a 1948 French comedy crime film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Paul Meurisse, Simone Signoret and Marcel Herrand. It was the final film directed by Tourneur in a career that stretched back to the silent era and included nearly a hundred films.
Love Songs is a 1930 French-German musical film directed by Robert Florey and starring Yolande Laffon, Piere Bertin and Janine Merrey. A separate German-language film Rendezvous and a Spanish version My Wife's Teacher were also released.
Suzanne is a 1932 French drama film directed by Léo Joannon and Raymond Rouleau and starring Pauline Carton, Louis Florencie and Yves Gladine.
The Mysteries of Paris is a 1943 French drama film directed by Jacques de Baroncelli and starring Marcel Herrand, Yolande Laffon and Alexandre Rignault. It is based on the novel The Mysteries of Paris by Eugène Sue.
Félix Charles Oudart (1881–1956) was a French stage and film actor.
Giuseppe Pierozzi was an Italian stage and film actor.
Laffon is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Two Pennies Worth of Violets is a 1951 French drama film directed by Jean Anouilh and starring Dany Robin, Georges Baconnet and Madeleine Barbulée. It was one of two films directed by the dramatist Anouilh along with Traveling Light (1944). It was shot at the Billancourt Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Léon Barsacq.
Blood to the Head is a 1956 French drama film directed by Gilles Grangier and starring Jean Gabin, Paul Frankeur and Claude Sylvain. It is based on the 1942 novel Young Cardinaud by Georges Simenon.
Marcel Pérès (1898–1974) was a French film actor who acted prolifically during his long career. He was a character actor often playing smaller, supporting roles.