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Alain Delon por Truus, Bob & Jan too!
Por Flickr:
French postcard by Mexichrome, no. 13. Photo: Sam Lévin. In the late 1950’s and early 1960’s Alain Delon (1935) was the breathtakingly good-looking James Dean of the French cinema. The ‘male Brigitte Bardot’ soon proved to be a magnificent actor in masterpieces by Luchino Visconti and Michelangelo Antonioni. In the late sixties Delon came to epitomise the calm, psychopathic hoodlum in the 'policiers’ of Jean-Pierre Melville, staring into the camera like a cat assessing a mouse. For more postcards, a bio and clips check out our blog European Film Star Postcards.

Filmster: Find The Best Films On iTunes

Filmster: Find The Best Films On iTunes

Filmster: Find The Best Films On iTunes

Option Trading Partners – Independent developer, Maxime Gabella today announces Filmster for iOS devices. The app searches iTunes for films that were in competition at top international film festivals. It then creates a list of available films specifying the awards that they won. The user can…

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René Alexandre by Truus, Bob & Jan too! on Flickr.


René Alexandre

French postcard. Photo: Pathé.

René Alexandre (1885-1946) was a French actor of the Comédie-Française. Between 1909 and 1940 he acted in some 53 films, mainly shorts by Pathé but also Antoine’s rural drama La Terre (1921).

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Betty Nansen by Truus, Bob & Jan too! on Flickr.


Betty Nansen

British postcard. The Ideal Film Renting Co., London. The Vandyck Printers, Bristol and London.

Betty Nansen (1873-1943) was a Danish stage and film actress and theatre director of the theatre that carries her name, the Betty Nansen Theatre.

Nova Pilbeam (1919-2015) by Truus, Bob & Jan too!
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British postcard in the Picturegoer Series, London, no. 877. Photo: Gaumont-British. Today, we read that British film and stage actress Nova Pilbeam died at 17 July. She was a forgotten star with an odd name. As a teenager, she played in two Alfred Hitchcock classics, The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) and Young and Innocent (1937). In 1948 she vanished from the British cinema. Nova Pilbeam was 95. For more postcards, a bio and clips check out our blog European Film Star Postcards or follow us at Tumblr or Pinterest.