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Fernand Rauzéna

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About Fernand Rauzéna

Fernand Rauzéna is most well known for acting, and has 28 known credits, of which 28 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Fernand Rauzéna’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Fernand Rauzéna’s movies you should definitely watch Fandango (1949) Fernand has worked on!

  1. Fandango (1949)
  2. Nathalie (1957)
  3. Man to Men (1948)
  4. The Cheat (1949)
  5. Gunman in the Streets (1950)

1. Fandango (1949 Movie)

The best rated movie Fernand Rauzéna has been a part of is the movie Fandango, where they had the role of . It has a rating 6.5 on IMDb .

2. Nathalie (1957)

Nathalie has a rating on 6.4 on IMDb . Fernand Rauzéna worked on this comedy, mystery movie as Coco's Friend.

3. Man to Men (1948)

In Man to Men Fernand Rauzéna was worked as Toast the Knowing . This drama, history movie has a rating on 5.9 on IMDb .

4. The Cheat (1949)

This drama movie has a rating on 7.2 on IMDb . In The Cheat Fernand Rauzéna had the role of Les chefs des 'girls'.

5. Gunman in the Streets (1950)

Fernand Rauzéna was a part of the movie Gunman in the Streets as A policeman. This crime movie has a rating 6.6 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was Fernand Rauzéna born?

Fernand Rauzéna’s birthday is on 24 September 1900 .

What is Fernand most known for?

Fernand Rauzéna is most known for acting. Fernand has worked on 28 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Fernand Rauzéna’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Fandango, which has a score of 0.0.

Fernand’s Filmography

Executive producer. In the Basque Country, two friends, José and François, live a cheerful life. The two sly foxes use their wit to boost the business of an innkeeper they have a connection with. José is in love with Angélica, the innkeeper"s daughter, while François courts petite Annette. José also happens to have a beautiful voice and one day a night club manager hears him and wants to hire him. He will have to choose between Angelica, the inn, his roots... and a singing career in Paris.

Executive producer. The story of the Swiss soldier, Henri Dunant, who was responsible for the founding of the Red Cross, and who was offered the first Nobel Peace Prize.

As Les chefs des 'girls'. The life of a weak-willed man is thrust into a downward spiral by the scheming of his manipulative girlfriend and her mother.

As Le maestro. Maurice Vallier, nicknamed "Ma Pomme"(which means "myself" in slang), is a cheerful man, well aware that money does not make happiness and who, of all things, prices freedom. Which is why he has become a tramp and he has never regretted his choice of life. Things go smoothly until the day he inherits a huge amount of money. He first refuses it but changes his mind when he realizes that thanks to the inheritance he can help others. Even more enticing is the fact that he must share the big money with a charming air hostess. However once he deems he has done enough good he gives up the money left and resumes his old lifestyle singing along "Ma pomme c'est moi, j'suis plus heureux qu'un roi..."

As Le cambrioleur. A young geometrician goes to Rome with his sister. During the trip, they meet Laura, an actress who offers them many surprises.

As (uncredited). This adaptation of Stendhal's timeless masterpiece of French literature tells the tale of Fabrice Del Dongo (Grard Philipe) a young archibishop who gives his heart and soul to romance rather than to the Church creating upheaval in the lives of evergone around him the Countess of Sanseverine (Maria Casares) is but one of the may women who love him. In turn she incurs jealous retributions from those in high places who desire her. For his crimes Fabrice is thrown in Prison where from Crimes Fabrice is thrown in prison where form his lonely window he falls in love with his jailer s daughter and plans a daring escape she however calls his plan insane and takes a vow to the Virgin Mary to never see him again ever if his escape succeeds the Charterhouse of Parma explodes with conflicting desires man s desire form God vs. his desire for romance.

Executive producer. A wealthy man has two sons,one of them is legitimate,the other is not.The first offspring has had a life of luxury and he has become a lazy good for nothing whereas the youthful indiscretion has turned into an artist.He is nicknamed "Gringalet" .Now his father wants him to meet his half-brother ,his mother-in-law and the rest of the family. Gringalet will turn this bourgeois family upside down:they become nice,the big brother becoming a perfect businessman who stops scouring nightclubs to spend most of his time with his fiancee Josette.There's the rub,cause Gringalet is also in love with her.

As Giuseppe (uncredited). Just before wowing international critics and moviegoers with his adventure romp Fanfan la Tulipe, director Christian-Jaque dashed off the lampoonish Barbe-Bleue. Ostensibly the story of the famed wife-killing potentate Bluebeard (Pierre Brasseur), this lighthearted costumer begins as the title character is poised to march down the matrimonial aisle for the eighth time. Barbe-Bleue's newest spouse Aline (Cécile Aubry) is kept in line by her husband's claims of murdering her predecessors. But when Aline opens the famous locked door to the equally famous hidden room, both she and the audience are in for quite a surprise. The frivolous nature of Barbe-Bleue is underlined by its pleasing utilization of the French Gezacolor process.

As M. Torquato. Young conductor Roberto Lombardini has never known his father who is actually a former musician, a failed piano player who has sunk into alcoholism.

As Erasmus (French version). Set in medieval times about the cursed Moonshield family. The young knight Erland Moonshield fall in love with a gypsy enchantress, Singoalla, he meet in the forest.

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