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Simone , original name Simone Kaminker. 1921--85, French stage and film actress, whose films include La Ronde (1950), Casque d'Or (1952), Room at the Top (1958), and Ship of Fools (1965): married the actor and singer Yves Montand (1921--91)
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6) See Susan Hayward's monograph on Signoret Susan Hayward, Simone Signoret, the Star as Cultural Sign (New York, London: Continuum, 2004).
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Perhaps most notable was filmmaker Marcel Carne's 1953 version, ''The Adultress,'' starring Simone Signoret and Raf Vallone.
His exhibition is comprised of portrait series, capturing many of his celebrity friends and fellow artists -- among them actress Simone Signoret, actor and singer Yves Montand and academic Regis Debray.
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For the French release, Yves Montand read Marker's voice-over text; for the English-speaking market, Simone Signoret read a translation.
Bien sur, une autre conception avaient ceux qui formait l'opinion publique francaise ; des intellectuels, tels Michel Foucault, Jorge Semprun, Andre Glucksman, Alain Touraine, Jacques Derrida, Jacques Le Goff, et des artistes, les plus celebres etant sans doute, le couple Yves Montand et Simone Signoret (10).
For once stars like Lee Marvin, Simone Signoret and Oskar Werner were relegated to second billing when it was announced that the major role in the story of a group of doomed refugees returning to Germany from South America in 1933, had gone to Vivien Leigh.
Famous French film actress, Simone Signoret, once remarked, "Chains do not hold a marriage together.
Signoret, 1858, Monalonion HerrichSchaeffer, 1850, Ragwelellus Odhiambo, 1962, Rayieria Odhiambo, 1962, Physophoroptera Poppius, 1910, and Physophoropterella Poppius, 1914.