Camille may refer to:



  • Camille (ballet), a ballet adapted by John Neumeier, music by Chopin, notable prima ballerinas: Marcia Haydée of the German Stuttgart Ballet and Margot Fonteyn of the Royal Ballet in Great Britain

Fictional entities


  • Camille (1915 film), an American silent film adapted by Frances Marion, directed by Albert Capellani, starring Clara Kimball Young as Camille and Paul Capellani as Armand
  • Camille (1917 film), an American silent film adapted by Adrian Johnson, directed by J. Gordon Edwards, starring Theda Bara as Camille
  • Camille (1921 film), an American silent film starring Alla Nazimova as Camille and Rudolph Valentino as Armand
  • Camille (1926 feature film), an American silent film adapted by Fred de Gresac and company, directed by Fred Niblo, starring Norma Talmadge as Camille and Gilbert Roland as Armand
  • Camille (1926 short film), an American short film by Ralph Barton, compiled from his home movies, loosely based on La Dame aux Camélias
  • Camille (1936 film), an Academy Award nominated American film directed by George Cukor, starring Greta Garbo as Marguerite and Robert Taylor as Armand
  • Camille (1984 film), a television film adapted by Blanche Hanalis, directed by Desmond Davis, starring Greta Scacchi as Camille and Colin Firth as Armand
  • Camille (2008 film), a 2008 comedy drama film starring Sienna Miller and James Franco
  • Camille 2000, an Italian film adapted by Michael DeForrest, directed by Radley Metzger, starring Danièle Gaubert as Marguerite and Nino Castelnuovo as Armand
  • The Lady of the Camellias (1981 film), commonly known as La Dame aux Camélias or Lady of the Camellias (Italian: La storia vera della signora dalle camelie, lit. 'the true story of the lady of the camellias'), a French-Italian film directed by Mauro Bolognini, starring Isabelle Huppert as Alphonsine

Fine art

  • Camille, an 1866 painting by Claude Monet, also known as The Woman in the Green Dress



  • La Dame aux Camélias, commonly known as La Dame aux Camélias (The Lady of the Camellias), a French novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils that has been adapted into numerous stage and film productions


  • Camille (Charles Ludlam play), an American play by Charles Ludlam, a parody of La Dame aux Camélias
  • Camille, an English translation of La Dame aux Camélias by Matilda Heron


Other uses

  • Hurricane Camille (1969), one of the most destructive storms to make landfall in the United States

See also

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