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Jean Gabert


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About Jean Gabert

Jean Gabert is a male from Marseille, Bouches du Rhône, France. Jean is most well known for acting, and has 12 known credits, of which 12 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Jean Gabert’s highest rated movies

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

  1. Fandango (1949)
  2. Goodbye Darling (1946)
  3. Monsieur Vincent (1947)
  4. Devil and the Angel (1946)
  5. The Red Signal (1949)

1. Fandango (1949 Movie)

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

2. Goodbye Darling (1946)

Goodbye Darling has a rating on 6.9 on IMDb . Jean Gabert worked on this movie as .

3. Monsieur Vincent (1947)

In Monsieur Vincent Jean Gabert was worked as Toast the Knowing . This drama, history movie has a rating on 7.0 on IMDb .

4. Devil and the Angel (1946)

This drama movie has a rating on 7.0 on IMDb . In Devil and the Angel Jean Gabert had the role of .

5. The Red Signal (1949)

Jean Gabert was a part of the movie The Red Signal as . This thriller, drama movie has a rating 6.2 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

What is Jean Gabert’s gender?

Jean Gabert is male.

Where was Jean Gabert born?

Jean Gabert was born in Marseille, Bouches du Rhône, France.

What is Jean most known for?

Jean Gabert is most known for acting. Jean has worked on 12 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Jean Gabert’s highest rated movie?

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

Jean’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. Chérie is a beautiful young woman who works as an escort girl. She meets a young and wealthy man who propose her to be his fictional wife so that his mother won't bother him anymore with this other girl, a rich one, she wants to see her son married to.

Executive producer. The Director of an international banknote printing institute, mutilated by the face of the Great War, Frank Davres, falls in love with a young woman, Jeanne, admirably beautiful, but blind. He marries her. For her, he ruins himself and comes to issue counterfeit banknotes. The young woman does everything to make people forget her infirmity. One day, following an operation, she recovers her sight and notices the physical and moral ugliness of her husband. She hides her cure until the day when Frank, taken by the police, kills one of his accomplices and commits suicide. Jeanne leaves to join a friend with whom she was performing in a circus.

Executive producer. A physician whose wife was killed when two trains collided has remained a tormented soul,In his mind,he can still hear his wife whisper "Stop the train! Stop it!" .

Executive producer. A ruined banker is abandoned by his mistress. He commits suicide after entrusting a prostitute with twenty-thousand francs. The money changes hands. A crook is arrested in the house of an an actress he had fooled. In a luxury hotel, a typist kills her lover's wife. The trial of the murderer is followed by the bankruptcy of another financier and the money finally returns to the mistress of a suicide in the restaurant in which she had first appeared.

Executive producer. In an isolated house, in Brittany, live two sisters around whom gravitate a whole series of strange characters. Between the eruption of the vagrant voyeur and that of the couple in love, the youngest kills her eldest and goes mad.

Executive producer. Professor Artus, a scientist specializing in artificial life, wants to try an experiment on an automaton; he is entrusted with a death row inmate. The professor is soon found murdered. It is Inspector Wens, helped by a journalist, who must solve the case. Franck Villard in the role of Wens succeeds Fresnay.

Executive producer. Gaby, the singer of the "Raymond's Jazz" band, leads Maurice, one of the musicians, to believe that, following a night he spent with her in the hay, he is the father of her child. In fact, the baby is neither his nor hers. He is the son of Madeleine, a young war widow who has entrusted him to her friend Gaby until she is allotted a flat. One day, Maurice happens to meet Madeleine and falls in love with her but he does not dare to confess his "paternity" to her. Fortunately the misunderstanding is clarified and Maurice can at the same time marry Madeleine and adopt her kid.

Executive producer. This woman's melodrama pivots around a child that a famous actress had in her youth, but whom she has concealed from the wealthy businessman she is now with.

Executive producer. Sylvain, sentenced to death, assures the visiting priest that his life could have been completely different, and invents different situations.

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