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Édouard Delmont

Acting

72 Movies0TV shows
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About Édouard Delmont

Édouard Delmont is a 138 years old male from Marseille, France. Édouard is most well known for acting, and has 72 known credits, of which 72 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Édouard Delmont’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Édouard Delmont’s movies you should definitely watch Port of Shadows (1938), as with 8.0 it is the highest rated movie Édouard has worked on!

  1. Port of Shadows (1938)
  2. The Return of Don Camillo (1953)
  3. Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (1954)
  4. Trois Argentins à Montmartre (1941)
  5. Mam'zelle Nitouche (1931)

1. Port of Shadows (1938 Movie)

The best rated movie Édouard Delmont has been a part of is the crime, drama, romance movie Port of Shadows, where they had the role of Panama. It has a rating on Friendspire of 8.0 and 7.7 on IMDb.

2. The Return of Don Camillo (1953)

The Return of Don Camillo has a rating on 7.2 on IMDb . Édouard Delmont worked on this comedy movie as Le docteur Spiletti / Il dottore Spiletti.

3. Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (1954)

In Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves Édouard Delmont was worked as Toast the Knowing. This adventure, comedy movie has a rating on 6.0 on IMDb.

4. Trois Argentins à Montmartre (1941)

In Trois Argentins à Montmartre Édouard Delmont had the role of .

5. Mam'zelle Nitouche (1931)

Édouard Delmont was a part of the movie Mam'zelle Nitouche as . This comedy, music movie has a rating 5.1 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Édouard Delmont born?

Édouard Delmont’s birthday is on 5 December 1883 .

What is Édouard Delmont’s gender?

Édouard Delmont is male.

Where was Édouard Delmont born?

Édouard Delmont was born in Marseille, France.

What is Édouard most known for?

Édouard Delmont is most known for acting. Édouard has worked on 72 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Édouard Delmont’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Port of Shadows, which has a score of 8.0.

Édouard’s Filmography

As Panama. Down a foggy, desolate road to the port city of Le Havre travels Jean, an army deserter looking for another chance to make good on life. Fate, however, has a different plan for him, as acts of both revenge and kindness render him front-page news.

As Le docteur Spiletti / Il dottore Spiletti. Energetic priest Don Camillo returns to the town of Brescello for more political and personal duels with Communist mayor Peppone.

As Harun, Père de Morgiane. A lord’s servant, Ali Baba, is sent to retrieve a slave for his master, but ends up on an adventure filled with gold, mischief, love, and forty famous thieves instead.

Executive producer. The guitarist Moncho, singer Roberto and their impresario, arrive in Paris to find the fortune and the celebrity. They live in Montmartre in a pension that receives an impressive sampling of circus artists and music halls. They meet Maria-Rosa with whom they make a number, and this is glory.

Executive producer. Célestin, the organist of a convent, has written and composed a light operetta under the name of Floridor. One day, the Mother Superior asks him to chaperone one of the boarders, Denise de Flavigny, who is returning home to get married. Now, Denise, for all her goody goody looks, soon proves as saucy as can be. Things get even more complicated when Célestin starts courting Corinne, the star of his operetta, to the great displeasure of a commander of dragons, the young woman's lover. Worse, the latter is none other than the Mother Superior's brother... To say nothing of Lieutenant Fernand de Champlatreux, who happens to fall in love with Denise, his fiancée that he has never seen before...!

Executive producer. Monsieur Fred is a friendly Southerner who recruits pretty girls down on their luck to send to South America. After some dramatic incidents and an eventful chase, a policeman manages to lock up the gang he runs.

Executive producer. A bungling thief is threatened by one target with blackmail, unless the thief will kill his own cousin, a wealthy eccentric who is considered the village idiot.

As La garde-champêtre. Michel has stolen from his employer, Mr Bellanger, for the love of Juliette. He is now in jail. One night, while sleeping in his cell, he wakes up all of a sudden, the gates open and he finds himself in a strange village where all the inhabitants have lost their memory. There, meets Juliette again who seems to agree to marry a powerful man, who might well be Bluebeard...

As Anatole Roux dit 'Cabri'. A film about the early part of the French Revolution, shown from the eyes of the citizens of Marseille, counts in German exile and, of course, the king Louis XVI, each showing their own small problems.

As le Marsouin. In Marseilles, the fisherman Tonin closely monitors the actions of the wreckage workers led by a certain Mr. Léon. Could these bizarre individuals have something to do with the double murder at the Grand Hotel?

As Anglade. Marcel Pagnol's adaptation of his own novel Manon des sources, the story of a shepherdess who exacts her revenge on the townsfolk she blames for killing her father, in two parts: Manon des sources and Ugolin.

As Paroli. Outwardly, Monsieur Victor would appear to be the model citizen. A respectable Toulon shopkeeper, he has a devoted wife and is courteous and considerate to all who know him. However, beneath this veneer of respectability hides a notorious receiver of stolen goods, who trades with hardened criminals. Victor manages to keep up his double life without any difficulty until the fateful day when one of his partners in crime threatens to expose him. Fearing a scandal, Victor kills the crook in a moment of panic, using a shoemaker's tool. Naturally, the murder is blamed on a local shoemaker, who is sentenced to ten years' hard labour. Seven years later, the former shoemaker reappears in Toulon, having escaped from prison. The first person to recognise him is Monsieur Victor...

As Le père Didier. Father Vincent is trying to build a church in the California neighborhood. Greeted by stones, he must face a sinister band of deviants excited by a shady cabaret performer. The abbot resists, gradually builds his church and regenerates all the wretches with whom he lives and especially the hardest, Bibi.

Executive producer. Following a slight accident, a stranger appears in a Provençal village and knocks at the door of the Philippes'villa, asking them for help. Albert Philippe is suspicious but his wife shows some interest in the man. After leaving the Philippe family, the unknown man goes to the village, meets the mayor and buys an island opposite the Philippe villa. It suddenly appears that the mysterious fellow is none other than Balthazar Lemonnier, a well-known millionaire. No sooner is the news disclosed than everybody, including the initially distrustful Mr. Philippe, wants to become his friend.

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