The day of birth of Martine Brochard is not on record. She is a French Actress, known for Eine Rose für Jane (1970), Follia Omicida (1981), L' attrazione (1987), Martine Brochard's first movie on record is from 1970. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1994.
Martine Brochard Filmography [Auszug]
1994: [/ /1] L' uomo che guarda (Cast: Countess), Directed by Tinto Brass, with Franco Branciaroli, Francesco Casale,
1994:  L' Ours en peluche (The Teddy Bear) (Cast: Mme Rivière), Directed by Jacques Deray, with Alain Delon, Madeleine Robinson, Laure Killing,
1991:  Paprika (Cast), Directed by Tinto Brass, with Clara Algranti, Debora Caprioglio,
1987: [/ /1] L' attrazione (Cast: Luciana), Directed by Joe Venuti, with Florence Guérin, Ann M. Hughes,
1981: [02.24] Follia Omicida (Murder Obsession, Fear) (Cast: Shirley ), Directed by Riccardo Freda, with Stefano Patrizi, Henri Garcin,
1974: [10.04] Il domestico (Cast: Rita ), Directed by Luigi Filippo d'Amico, Ary Fernandes, with Lando Buzzanca, Arnoldo Foà,
1970: [10.29] Eine Rose für Jane (Cast: Jane), Directed by Hans W. Geissendörfer, with Heinz Bennent, Eddie Constantine,
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