Author - France
Born September 16, 1913 in Kortenberg, Belgien
Died March 7, 2012 in Paris
Félicien Marceau was born on September 16, 1913 in Kortenberg, Belgien. He was a French Author, known for Les sept péchés capitaux - L'orgeuil (1961), Les sept péchés capitaux - L'avarice (1961), I tre ladri (1954), Félicien Marceau's first movie on record is from 1954. Félicien Marceau died on March 7, 2012 in Paris. His last motion picture on file dates from 1961.
Biographical Notes in German: Autor und Schriftsteller, eigentlich Louis Carette, seit 1975 Mitglied der Académie française.
Félicien Marceau Filmography [Auszug]
1961: [/ /1] Les sept péchés capitaux - L'orgeuil (Scenario), Directed by Roger Vadim, with Jean-Pierre Aumont, Sami Frey, Michèle Girardon,
1961: [/ /1] Les sept péchés capitaux - L'avarice (Scenario), Directed by Claude Chabrol, with Jean-Claude Brialy, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Claude Rich,
1954: [/ /1] I tre ladri (Scenario), Directed by Lionello de Felice, with Gino Bramieri, Memmo Carotenuto, Jean-Claude Pascal,
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