Josette Day was born on July 31, 1914 in Paris. She was a French Actress, known for La Belle et la Bête (1946), Les aventures du roi Pausole (1933), C'était un musicien (1934), Josette Day's first movie on record is from 1921. Josette Day died on June 29, 1978 in Paris. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1948.
Josette Day Filmography [Auszug]
1948: [/ /1] Les parents terribles (Cast: Madelaine), Directed by Jean Cocteau, with Marcel André, Yvonne de Bray,
1946: [/ /1] La Belle et la Bête (The Beauty and the Beast) (Cast), Directed by Jean Cocteau, with Marcel André, Michel Auclair,
1939: [03.08] Les cinq sous de Lavarède (Cast: Miss Aurett Murlington), Directed by Maurice Cammage, with Fernandel, Andrex,
1938:  Accord final (Cast), Directed by Ignacy Rosencranz, Douglas Sirk, with Gaston Modot, Bernard Blier, ,
1934: [/ /1] C'était un musicien (Cast), Directed by Maurice Gleize, Friedrich Zelnik, with Lucien Baroux, Fernand Gravey,
1933: [/ /1] Les aventures du roi Pausole (Cast), Directed by Aleksej Granovskij, with Vera Baranovskaja, Emil Jannings, Nane Germon,
1932: [03.15] Allo Berlin? Ici Paris! (Here's Berlin) (Cast: Lily), Directed by Julien Duvivier, with Germaine Aussey, Wolfgang Klein,
1921: [06.03] La Pocharde (Cast), Directed by Henri Étiévant, with Jacqueline Forzane, , ,
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