Micheline Presle. Darsteller Geboren in Paris. Filme Bilder. 75 Filme gefunden. Neue zuerst, Titel A-Z. Um Bank und Kragen. Frankreich Tel pourrait bien être le fil conducteur du parcours de la comédienne Micheline Presle, et de sa vie de femme. Enfant, qu'elle côtoie les grands aventuriers des. Micheline Presle ist die Partnerin von Gérard Philipe - und sie ist faszinierend. "Das Spiel ist aus" (Frankreich, ) unter der Regie von Jean Delannoy erzählt.
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Micheline Presle, in den USA Micheline Prelle, ist eine französische Schauspielerin. Micheline Presle, in den USA Micheline Prelle, (* August als Micheline Chassagne in Paris) ist eine französische Schauspielerin. Finden Sie perfekte Stock-Fotos zum Thema Micheline Presle sowie redaktionelle Newsbilder von Getty Images. Wählen Sie aus erstklassigen Inhalten. Serien und Filme mit Micheline Presle: Der Graf von Monte Christo · Kaminsky · Clochemerle · Eine französische Ehe · Les Saintes Chéries · Just Like . Entdecke die Biographie von Micheline Presle, ihre ersten Schritte auf der Leinwand und Höhepunkte ihrer Karriere. Micheline Presle ist eine französisch Schauspielerin. Entdecke ihre Biographie, Details ihrer 78 Karriere-Jahre und alle News. Micheline Presle - Alle Bilder, Filme, TV Serien und Fakten finden Sie hier zum Star auf TV Spielfilm. Jetzt hier informieren!
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William Marshall had teamed up with actor Errol Flynn and his production company and in he directed her and Flynn in the film Adventures of Captain Fabian.
Presle's marriage did not last and she returned to France, divorcing Marshall in In , Presle signed the Manifesto of the , publicly declaring she had an illegal abortion.
Presle continued to act both in film and on television until relatively recently, and over her career she has made more than one hundred and fifty films.
One of her more recent appearances is Venus Beauty Institute. Add it to your IMDbPage. How Much Have You Seen? How much of Micheline Presle's work have you seen?
Known For. If a Man Answers Germaine Stacy. Under My Skin Paule Manet. Devil in the Flesh Marthe Grangier.
Jane Latour-Jackson. Giselle Lenoir. Alice Arguel. Madame De Saint Meran. Madame Dubois. Bernard's Mother. Colette Navarre.
Mme Donnadieu. Madame Lagrue. Tante Mathilde. Mme de Borel. Madame Courdevey. La psychologue. Baroness Courtebiche. Show all 39 episodes.
Denise Marceau. Marie Prieur. Self - Main Guest. Self - Honorary Award. Self - Presenter. Self - Participant. Eve Lagarde.
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Diary of a Seducer. I Want to Go Home. Alouette, je te plumerai. Mignon e Partita. Qui trop embrasse Thieves After Dark.
The Blood of Others. The Prey. Two Big Girls in Pyjamas. A Slightly Pregnant Man. The Legend of Frenchie King.
Peau D'ane. The Nun. King of Hearts. Madame Eva alias Madame Eglantine Character. Hail, Mafia. Dark Purpose. Male Hunt. The Italian Brigands.
The Prize. Imperial Venus. If a Man Answers. Five Day Lover. The Assassin. Blind Date. La baronne Lena Eggersdorf Character. Mistress of the World.
Chance Meeting. Often played sassy heroines who were much ahead of their time. Her birth name is Micheline Chassagne. She took the name Presle from the character she plays in her star-making film Young Girls in Trouble , Jacqueline Presle.
She had been previously credited as Micheline Michel. At the beginning of the 40's, she was engaged to Louis Jourdan , whom she fist met during a holiday in St.
Tropez in They were close to getting married at one point, but eventually broke up in a hard way. Jourdan took this so badly that, when he was reunited with Micheline in Twilight , he refused to speak any word to her except for when they were in front of the camera.
Micheline was initially irritated by this, but eventually ended up laughing at the whole thing. Worried by her strong and rebellious nature, her parents had her spend four of her formative years at the 'Notre-Dame de Sion' nunnery, a very strict religious school.
She always showed an interest for acting since her childhood, staging plays along with her brother. She got her first official acting experience when, under advice from her godfather, she auditioned for director Christian Stengel , who was his friend.
This lead Stengel to cast her in a minor part in Je chante Her father, Robert Chassagne, was an important industrialist and stockbroker. Mother Yvonne Bacelier was an art lover and occasional painter.
Micheline credits Yvonne for having passed on to her the love for the artistic subjects. Robert didn't share the same interests, but, after a bankruptcy, he relocated to the US under a new name, leaving the family behind and clearing the path for Micheline to pursue her acting career.
She was named Best French Actress of by the press for her performance in Devil in the Flesh Went to Hollywood in the late 40's under the advice of her American husband William Marshall , who promised her that he would've done everything possible to help her career.
Micheline later stated that she didn't like any of her American roles. Was cast as the title heroine in Angel and Sinner after Viviane Romance declined the role.
Thinking her too slender for the part, the producer first sent her on a holiday on the Pyrenees to gain weight. She acted in a few radio plays before a collaborator of Georg Wilhelm Pabst would spot her at Raymond Rouleau 's courses of dramatic arts and arrange for her to have an audition with the director.
This lead Micheline to play her first relevant role in Young Girls in Trouble Her performance won her the Suzanne Bianchetti Award for the most promising young actress of the year.
Mike consequently spent part of his childhood with William and his then wife Micheline, who helped raising him alongside her daughter Tonie Marshall.
During the shooting of Paris Frills , director Jacques Becker openly announced to Micheline his plans to win her heart, to which she replied that this was extremely unlikely.
Becker's courtship lasted for the entire shooting, but he eventually ended up sabotaging his own interest when he brought Micheline to a cocktail party where she knew her first husband, wine broker Michel Lefort.
She signed a document in in favour of the legalization of euthanasia. She was named Best French actress of by the press for her performance in La nuit fantastique The two actresses had such electric chemistry and enjoyed doing the play so much that they had to be careful not to look at each other in the eyes during a performance, otherwise they would burst into laughter.
She signed the Manifesto of the to support the legalization of abortion in France. She struggled for Jean Gabin to be cast as her co-star in Jean Delannoy 's Les jeux sont faits to the point of suggesting that she would have worked for free , but Marcello Pagliero was given the role instead.
She later admitted to have fallen in love with him during the shooting of the movie. She initially had some difficulty to put her career back on track when she returned to France after her Hollywood venture, for multiple reasons.
One was that many people felt some animosity towards her for having kept to work while the country was occupied by the Nazi. Another was that she had broken the contract she used to have with Paul Graetz which had always given her carte blanche when it came to choose and advise her collaborators by the time she had signed a fruitless, 6 years one with 20th Century Fox that hadn't allowed her any say on her Hollywood projects.
As a direct consequence, it had become increasingly difficult for Micheline to find movies that would give her the same satisfaction and freedom.
In , she was passing by 'La Rotonde' cinema in Paris with her car when she saw the poster of Jacques Demy 's Lola She was so intrigued by it that she rushed to see the film.
Once the movie ended, she called her agent on the phone, asking him who Demy was and stating that she would have liked to meet him.
The director later cast the actress in three of his movies. When she first auditioned for a role in Georg Wilhelm Pabst 's Young Girls in Trouble , she remembers arriving to the appointment furious because she had a cold and her mother had muffled her up with a scarf.
Pabst was so amused by her bad mood that he offered her a role in the film and gave her the possibility to choose which one.
She chose the leading role of Jacqueline. Claude Chabrol cast her in The Blood of Others , one of the many projects he had accepted against the grain and chosen to handle in the most superficial way as possible.
When Micheline asked him if he had any ideas about how she should have played her character, he replied that he didn't. The actress eventually played the role to good reviews, leading the director to tell her with self-irony that she had been much more praised than the film itself.
Last name is pronounced Prel. Producer Darryl F. Zanuck thought she should better be credited as 'Micheline Prelle' in her American movies because the silent 's' might have generated some pronunciation confusion.
With the exception of a key role in Jacques Demy 's The Young Girls of Rochefort , Darrieux mostly appeared in unremarkable movies in the 60's, was basically absent from 70's cinema and started to put her career back on track only in the 80's.
Claude Chabrol cast both actresses in small roles in his Bluebeard as victims of Charles Denner 's murderous title villain who are later incinerated and go up in smoke.
Micheline, on the other hand, always kept doing solid work and was object of great admiration from the New Wave directors.
She was considered for the role of Madame Emery in The Umbrellas of Cherbourg , but she eventually declined it because director Jacques Demy wouldn't have allowed her to do her own singing.
Anne Vernon was cast instead.Kindle Ausgabe. Roswitha Schreiner. Mili Avital. Bitte versuchen Sie es erneut. Leonor Varela. Christoph Letkowski. Ein trampendes Geschwisterpaar, ein Barbara Dunkelman, der die beiden mitnimmt, und ein weiterer junger Mitfahrer machen sich zusammen auf eine Reise Richtung Süden, in deren Verlauf sich das ungleiche Quartett näher kommt Richard Armitage.