Jacques Berthier (actor)

Jacques Berthier (1916–2008) was a French actor. He also produced and directed two films.[2]

Jacques Berthier
Born(1916-02-10)February 10, 1916
DiedApril 6, 2008(2008-04-06) (aged 92)
OccupationActor
Years active1942-1996 (film & TV)
Spouse(s)Suzanne Besnier (1939-?) (3 children)
Lily Baron (1947-2008) (her death)[1]

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1925JackLe Roudic
1934Le Voyage de monsieur PerrichonMajorin
1934The Uncle from PekingLe chef de gare
1942Le Destin fabuleux de Désirée ClaryUn conseiller
1944Behold BeatriceJacques Richelière
1946As Long As I LiveBernard Fleuret
1946Goodbye DarlingBruno Betillac
1946Le Bateau à soupeDonatien Mahu - le second
1947The Sharks of GibraltarLe lieutenant David Brooks
1948Stolen AffectionsSerge Loref
1950One Only Loves OnceJean Monnier
1951Maria of the End of the WorldThierry
1951Les mémoires de la vache Yoland
1951Shadow and LightJacques Barroy
1951Les Deux Monsieur de MadameGeorges Flavien
1953The Master of BallantraeCapt. Arnaud
1954Royal Affairs in VersaillesMaximilen de RobespierreUncredited
1954RasputinLe prince Félix Youssoupoff / Youry
1954The Beautiful OteroJean Chastaing
1955Tom Toms of MayumbaClemens Van Waerten
1955A MissionaryPère Duval
1956Law of the Streets
1956Les InsoumisesGilbert Depreux
1957Charmants GarçonsAndré Noblet
1959Un témoin dans la villePierre Verdier
1959Wild Cats on the BeachMorand
1959Nathalie, agent secretJean Darbon
1961Qui êtes-vous, Monsieur Sorge ?Serge de Branowski
1961The Three MusketeersBuckingham
1962Lemmy pour les damesDoctor Nollet
196279 A.D.Tercius
1962The Old TestamentApollonio
19643 Avengersfrench version, Voice
1965Colorado CharlieSheriff 'Wild Bill' Danders
1966Uno sceriffo tutto d'oroJeff Randall
1967Tiffany MemorandumColonel Callaghan
1968MayerlingPrince Salvator
1969Eagles Over LondonColonel Smith
1975The White, the Yellow, and the BlackKelly Butler
1976Game of SeductionM. Leroy
1976Frou-frou del tabarinDuca Filippo di Fasano / Visconte d'Artois - Giorgio's father
1978Brigade mondainePaul-Henri Vaugoubert de Saint-Loup

References

Bibliography

  • Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.
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