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Charles , known as the Great Lover. 1899-- 1978, French film actor
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I wonder how many of my readers remember Ronald Colman, Charles Boyer or George Brent?
She got her big break at just 17, as the maid Nancy in the movie "Gaslight" with Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman, a role which won her an Oscar nomination.
Fontaine also earned Oscar nominations for her star turns in Hitchcock's 1940 American debut, "Rebecca," co-starring opposite Laurence Olivier as a young bride haunted by the memory of her husband's deceased first wife; and the 1943 romantic drama "The Constant Nymph," falling for a dashing composer played by Charles Boyer.
15am) Romantic drama, starring Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer.
Charles Boyer, dean of the Jordan College of Agriculture and Technology at California State University-Fresno, representing non-Land Grant colleges or universities with a historic commitment to research in food and agricultural sciences.
It has been made into a movie twice, most memorably in 1944 starring Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer.
Boyer (Manuel Aguiar), who adopted the name of his favourite actor Charles Boyer, would often oblige to multiple curtain calls, improvising song verses to interact with his audience.
In the 1951 film The First Legion, about the Jesuit order, Charles Boyer turned in a first- rate performance.
The story had been filmed twice before - a 1932 version starred Irene Dunne and John Boles and a 1941 version featured Charles Boyer and Margaret Sullavan.
The book relays many episodes of bedroom antics in which Hepburn was not involved, with people like Grant, Hughes, Judy Garland, Vincente Minnelli, Robert Walker, Ginger Rogers, and Charles Boyer in various combinations.
Neil Simon's cheering marital comedy, also starring Mildred Natwick and Charles Boyer.
s account is that she overemphasizes the importance of Gilson's reaction to so-called "Roman Thomism," that is, the use of Aquinas by priests who had influence in the Holy Office, such as Charles Boyer, S.