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Jacques Dufilho

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jacques Dufilho
Jacques Dufilho 1978.jpg
Jacques Dufilho in 1978
Born(1914-02-19)19 February 1914
Died28 August 2005(2005-08-28) (aged 91)
NationalityFrench
OccupationActor
Years active1939–2004
Notable work
La Guerre des boutons
Cher Victor
Black and White in Color
  • This article incorporates information from the corresponding article in the French Wikipedia.

Jacques Dufilho (19 February 1914 – 28 August 2005) was a French actor.[1] He was born at Bègles (Gironde) and he died at Ponsampère (Gers).

Life and career

Dufilho appeared in 65 French productions.[1] Moreover, he was frequently seen in Italian films. In 1978 he received a César Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Le Crabe-tambour and in 1980 another one for his role in Un mauvais fils.

The actor was also known as a collector of Bugatti vintage cars.

Selected filmography

Year Title Role Director
1948 The Farm of Seven Sins François Sovignant Jean Devaivre
1951 Bibi Fricotin the uncle Marcel Blistène
1954 Le Chevalier de la nuit Monsieur Machard Robert Darène
Love in a Hot Climate Chispa Georges Rouquier and
Ricardo Muñoz Suay
1955 Marie Antoinette Queen of France Marat Jean Delannoy
1956 Short Head the stable-boy Norbert Carbonnaux
Notre-Dame de Paris Guillaume Rousseau Jean Delannoy
1957 The Happy Road Michel Bertrand Gene Kelly
1958 A Tale of Two Cities uncredited Ralph Thomas
Taxi, Roulotte et Corrida the taxi passenger André Hunebelle
Maxime policeman Henri Verneuil
1959 I Tartassati the prison director Steno
1960 Zazie dans le Métro Ferdinand Gridoux Louis Malle
1961 Dans l'eau qui fait des bulles Alphonse, the undertaker Maurice Delbez
1962 War of the Buttons Aztec's father Yves Robert
Un clair de lune à Maubeuge the director Jean Chérasse
La Poupée the Indian Jacques Baratier
1963 Sweet and Sour Monsieur Alfonso Jacques Baratier
1964 The Visit Fish Bernhard Wicki
1965 James Tont operazione U.N.O. Y Bruno Corbucci
Lady L Bealu Peter Ustinov
1967 The Unknown Man of Shandigor Schoskatovich Jean-Louis Roy
1968 Benjamin Camille Michel Deville
1973 Supermen Against the Orient American ambassador Bitto Albertini
1975 Cher Victor Victor Lasalle Robin Davis
1976 Black and White in Color Paul Rechampot Jean-Jacques Annaud
1977 Le Crabe-tambour the technical manager Pierre Schoendoerffer
1978 Nosferatu the Vampyre the captain Werner Herzog
1980 Fantômas [fr] (TV miniseries) Inspector Juve Claude Chabrol, Juan Luis Buñuel
1980 The Horse of Pride grandfather Alain Claude Chabrol
1991 Les Enfants du naufrageur Petit Louis Jerome Foulon
1999 The Children of the Marshland the old man Jean Becker

References

  1. ^ a b "Jacques Dufilho". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2013-07-21.

External links

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