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Dominique Davray

Dominique Davray

French actress
January 27, 1919 (August 16, 1998)
Fr. 1977. Police comedy by Michel Wyn with Yves Wecker, Jean-Pierre Darras, Christine Laurent. To better dazzle a beautiful woman, a young reformed thief resumes his criminal activities.
Runtime: 90 min.
Fr. 1976. Drama by Guy Jorré with Henri Virlojeux, Dominique Davray, François Vibert. Various individuals are after the art collection of a sick old man.

The Gang

V.O.: Le Gang
It. 1976. Comedy by Jacques Deray with Alain Delon, Nicole Calfan, Adalberto Maria Merli. In the 1940s, the criminal exploits of Robert le Dingue and his gang, known as the ""front-wheel drive gang"".
Runtime: 100 min.

Going Places

V.O.: Les Valseuses
Fr. 1973. Mores drama by Bertrand Blier with Gérard Depardieu, Patrick Dewaere, Miou-Miou. Two thugs go on an adventure and take a young hairdresser with them.
Runtime: 118 min.

The Troops on Vacation

V.O.: Le Gendarme en balade
Fr. 1970. Comedy by Jean Girault with Louis de Funès, Michel Galabru, Jean Lefebvre. Retired armed police officers try to relive their past adventures.
Runtime: 102 min.

The Tattoo

V.O.: Le Tatoué
Fr. 1968. Comedy by Denys de La Patellière with Louis de Funès, Jean Gabin, Dominique Davray. An art dealer buys a ""Modigliani"" tattooed on the back of a former legionnaire.
Runtime: 89 min.
Fr. 1966. Mores comedy by Pierre Granier-Deferre with Charles Aznavour, Susan Hampshire, Alan Scott. While his wife and children are away on vacation, a modest employee indulges in a love affair.
Runtime: 98 min.
Fr. 1965. Comedy by Jacques Poitrenaud with Jean Poiret, Michel Serrault, Francis Blanche. A hatter tries to hide an illegal gambling den.
Runtime: 95 min.
Fr. 1965. Psychological drama by André Cayatte with Dany Carrel, Jean Gaven, Madeleine Robinson. A young girl struck by amnesia goes in search of her identity.
Runtime: 117 min.
Fr. 1964. Police comedy by Pierre Grimblat with Jean-Claude Brialy, Marie Laforêt, Jean-Pierre Marielle. Bandits see the fruit of their theft fall into the hands of Black jackets.
Runtime: 90 min.
Fr. 1963. Police comedy by Georges Lautner with Lino Ventura, Bernard Blier, Francis Blanche. When an old gangster dies, he entrusts his belongings and his daughter to a friend.
Runtime: 106 min.

Any Number Can Win

V.O.: Mélodie en sous-sol
Fr. 1962. Thriller by Henri Verneuil with Jean Gabin, Alain Delon, Maurice Biraud. An aging gangster sets up a major robbery at the Cannes Casino.
Runtime: 103 min.

Cleo From 5 to 7

V.O.: Cléo de 5 à 7
Fr. 1962. Psychological drama by Agnès Varda with Corinne Marchand, Antoine Bourseiller, Dominique Davray. A young singer waiting for the results of a medical examination is obsessed with the idea of death.
Runtime: 90 min.
Fr. 1962. Comedy by Michel Boisrond with Dany Saval, Jean Poiret, Jacqueline Maillan. A serious bachelor sees his life transformed by a petulant young girl.
Runtime: 88 min.
Fr. 1961. Satire by Alex Joffé with Bourvil, Pierrette Bruno, Armand Mestral. The misadventures of a pharmaceutical laboratory employee dealing with the troubles of everyday life.
Runtime: 103 min.
Fr. 1960. Drama by Gérard Oury with Jacques Charrier, Macha Méril, Alfred Adam. A tangle of betrayal where each deceiver is deceived in turn.
Runtime: 100 min.

Gangster Boss

V.O.: Le Grand Chef
Fr. 1958. Comedy by Henri Verneuil with Fernandel, Gino Cervi, Papouf. Two good guys kidnap a millionaire's son who causes them a lot of trouble.
Runtime: 96 min.
Fr. 1957. Crime drama by Yves Allégret with Robert Hossein, Antonella Lualdi, André Luguet. A gang leader falls in love with a young woman without suspecting that she holds information that could compromise him.
Runtime: 90 min.
U.S. 1955. Police comedy by Alfred Hitchcock with Cary Grant, Grace Kelly, Charles Vanel. An ex-thief tries to prove his innocence after a series of sensational robberies.
Runtime: 105 min.
Fr. 1954. Mores comedy by Jean-Paul Le Chanois with Robert Lamoureux, Gaby Morlay, Fernand Ledoux. The daily life of a family of the Parisian petty bourgeoisie.
Runtime: 97 min.
Fr. 1954. Crime drama by Henry Lepage with Gérard Sety, Geneviève Kervine, Renaud Mary. A journalist tries to clear a young girl accused of complicity in a theft.
Runtime: 92 min.
Fr. 1953. Psychological drama by Ralph Habib with Françoise Arnoul, Raymond Pellegrin, Philippe Lemaire. The tragic story of a nymphomaniac.
Runtime: 95 min.
Fr. 1951. Mores drama by Jacques Becker with Simone Signoret, Serge Reggiani, Claude Dauphin. In the underworld, at the beginning of the 20th century, two men fight over a woman nicknamed ""Golden Helmet.""
Runtime: 96 min.
Fr. 1950. Melodrama by Jean Stelli with Renée Faure, Françoise Rosay, Pierre Larquey. Although they've loved each other since childhood without admitting it, a surgeon and a young woman find their love thwarted by life.
Runtime: 82 min.

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