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Gaby Morlay
Mayol et Gaby de Morlay-1912.jpg
Gaby Morlay in 1912
Blanche Pauline Fumoleau

8 June 1893
Died4 July 1964 (1964-07-05) (aged 71)
OccupationFilm actress
Years active1913–1964

Gaby Morlay (born Blanche Pauline Fumoleau; 8 June 1893 – 4 July 1964) was a film actress from France.[1]

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Morlay began acting in the era of silent films, and became known as co-star with Max Linder in his "Max" series. She starred in a series of "Gaby" films such as Gaby en auto (1917) and more than 20 other silent films. She moved easily into talking films in the early 1930s.[2] She played Queen Victoria in the 1939 historical film Entente cordiale.[citation needed]

She had an affair with the government minister Max Bonnafous (1900–75) during World War II, and as a result, she was investigated for collaboration with the Nazis after the liberation of France. Later she married Bonnafous. Morlay continued to play important roles in the 1940s and 1950s.[2]

She was an art lover and was a friend and admirer of the Italian painter Beretta Dimario who lived in Nice.

Dedication of Gaby Morlay to the Italian artist Beretta Dimario
Dedication of Gaby Morlay to the Italian artist Beretta Dimario

Selected filmography


  1. ^ BFI profile,; accessed 7 July 2015.
  2. ^ a b Oscherwitz, Dayna; Higgins, MaryEllen (2009-09-02), The A to Z of French Cinema, Scarecrow Press, pp. 305–307, ISBN 978-0-8108-7038-3, retrieved 2016-01-02

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