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Paulette Christian

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Paulette Christian
Paulette Christian

Paulette Christian (née, Paulette Sandan; Nice, France, 1927[1] - Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 20, 1967) was a French-Argentine vedette, singer and actress of film, theater and television who had a long career in Argentina. Christian had been a member of the anti-Nazi resistance during World War II. She spent seven years in the US. She made her acting career during Argentina's golden age of film and television. She appeared with José Cibrian, Osvaldo Miranda, Angel Magaña, Zulma Faiad, Jorge Larrea, Susana Campos, Amelia Bence, among others. She debuted on television in 1955. She was a pioneer in the French bataclanas style in Argentina, along with May Avril and Xénia Monty. She committed suicide in 1967.

Filmography

Paulette Christian by Annemarie Heinrich (1959)
Paulette Christian by Annemarie Heinrich (1959)

Television

  • 1955: Tres valses[2]
  • 1956: Comedias musicales[3]
  • 1956: La abuela, la juventud y el amor[4]
  • 1956: Noches elegantes[5]
  • 1957: Bohemia
  • 1958: Él, ella y los otros[6]
  • 1959: La azafata enamorada[7]
  • 1959: Amores cruzados
  • 1960: Tropicana Club
  • 1963: Un señor Locatti
  • 1965: El Especial

Theater

  • Polydora
  • Un ruiseñor cantaba[8][9]
  • El signo de Kikota (1963)[10]
  • Boeing-Boeing (1964)
  • Delicado equilibrio (1967)[11]

References

  1. ^ Ulanovsky, Carlos; Itkin, Silvia; Sirvén, Pablo (2006). Estamos en el aire: una historia de la televisión en la Argentina. Emecé Editores. p. 54. ISBN 978-950-04-2773-9.
  2. ^ Jorge Nielsen: La magia de la televisión argentina 1951-1960, pág. 97 Buenos Aires 2004. Ediciones del Jilguero ISBN 987-9416-06-6
  3. ^ Nielsen (2004), p. 108
  4. ^ Nielsen (2004), p. 107
  5. ^ Nielsen (2004), pp. 121-122
  6. ^ Nielsen (2004), p. 145
  7. ^ Nielsen (2004), p. 166
  8. ^ Paulette: El ruiseñor... ¡Habla! Archived 2013-07-18 at archive.today>Acceso 7-7-2013
  9. ^ "Un ruiseñor cantaba", pero desafinado. Archived 2013-07-18 at archive.today. Acceso 7-7-2013
  10. ^ Fino humor y elegancia en la agradable obra de Ferdinand estrenada en La Comedia Archived 2013-07-18 at archive.today. Acceso 7-7-2013
  11. ^ Seis en equilibrio Archived 2009-07-11 at the Wayback Machine. Acceso 7-7-2013

Bibliography

  • Manrupe, Raúl; Portela, María Alejandra (2001). Un diccionario de films argentinos (1930-1995) (in Spanish). Buenos Aires: Editorial Corregidor. ISBN 950-05-0896-6.
  • Blanco Pazos, Roberto; Clemente, Raúl (1997). Diccionario de actrices del cine argentino 1933-1997 (in Spanish). Buenos Aires: Ediciones Corridor. p. 71. ISBN 950-05-1077-4.

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