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Claude Dauphin (1903-1978)

  1. André Fouché, César, France, 1936.    Raimu's question was always the same when running into playwright and film-maker Marcel Pagnol: "How's  our César doing?" Fine! So, no cast changes for the climax  of the Marseilles trilogy. Among new roles when shooting began - May 6, 1936 - Pagnol considered Dauphin pour... le Dauphin, aka Césariot, son of Fanny and Marius.  
  2. Michael Redgrave, Dead of Night, 1945.    For the    ventriloquist in the best of the film’s five tales  in  the film - a classic  directed  by Brazil-born Alberto Cavalcanti.   
  3. Lionel Jeffries, Fanny, 1960.   The French veteran was first up for Monsieur Brun in the Marcel Pagnol stage,  screen, even musical classic.   In this Hollywood version, Marius was not only German -  Horst  Buchholz -  but 28 insteqad of the actual  19  
  4. Lino Ventura,L’armée des ombres (US: Army of Shadows),  France, 1969.    Part of realisateur Marc Allégret’s 1946 plans for the Joseph Kessel book about the French Resistance -  he found it easier to finance Fernandel in Pétrus (with Marcel Dalio, also intended for L’armée). Jean-Pierre Melville made the masterly ’69  film.


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