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Marie Glory

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Years active  1924–64
Name  Marie Glory
Role  Actress

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Full Name  Raymonde Louise Marcelle Toully
Born  March 3, 1905 (1905-03-03) Mortagne-au-Perche, Orne, Normandy, France
Other names  Arlette Genny (1924–27), Mary Glory
Died  January 24, 2009, Cannes, France
TV shows  Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood
Movies  Money, And God Created Woman, Monte Cristo, The Bachelor, People Who Travel
Similar People  Marcel L'Herbier, Henri Fescourt, Wilhelm Thiele, Amleto Palermi, Jacques Feyder

Marie Glory (3 March 1905 – 24 January 2009) was a French actress.

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She was born Raymonde Louise Marcelle Toully in Mortagne-au-Perche, Orne, Normandy. She made her film debut in 1924 with a small role in Raymond Bernard's historical epic Le Miracle des Loups under the stage name Arlette Genny, which she used until 1927.

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From then on, she was credited under the name "Marie Glory". In the three hours plus French-German co-production L'Argent (1928), directed by Marcel L'Herbier, she played the lead female role alongside Brigitte Helm and Pierre Alcover. She starred with Jean Angelo, Lil Dagover and Gaston Modot in another French-German co-production, Henri Fescourt's Monte Cristo. She made her German film debut in 1929 in Father and Son, directed by Géza von Bolváry.

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Her first talking picture was Leo Mittler's Le Roi de Paris (1930), co-starring with the exiled Serbian actor Ivan Petrovich. In the 1930s, she played predominantly leading roles in such films as Les Deux mondes, directed by Ewald André Dupont, and Madame ne veut pas d'enfants, directed by Hans Steinhoff.

In 1939, she had her last leading role. She made only one film in the 1940s, Dagli Appennini alle Ande (1943). In the early 1950s, she was cast in Italian film productions playing minor roles. Her last film appearance was in 1960; her last television appearance was in 1964.

In the mid-1990s, she was interviewed for Kevin Brownlow's documentary about the history of silent film: Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood. Glory died on 24 January 2009, less than two months shy of her 104th birthday.

as Marie Glory

  • L'Argent (dir. Marcel L'Herbier, 1928), as Line Hamelin
  • Father and Son (dir. Géza von Bolváry, 1929), as Stella Valéry
  • Monte Cristo (dir. Henri Fescourt, 1929), as Valentine de Villefort
  • L'Enfant de l'amour (dir. Marcel L'Herbier, 1930), as Aline
  • The King of Paris (dir. Leo Mittler, 1930), as Lucienne
  • Les Deux mondes (dir. E. A. Dupont, 1930), as Esther Goldschneider
  • Levy and Company (dir. André Hugon, 1930), as Esther Lévy
  • Les Chevaliers de la montagne (dir. Mario Bonnard, 1930), as Mary
  • La Folle aventure (dir. André-Paul Antoine, 1931), as Elisabeth
  • The Typist (dir. Wilhelm Thiele, 1931), as Simone Dupré
  • Mon béguin (dir. Hans Behrendt, 1931), as Mademoiselle Yseult
  • Amourous Adventure (dir. Wilhelm Thiele, 1932), as Irène Vernier
  • You Will Be a Duchess (dir. René Guissart, 1932), as Annette Poisson
  • Monsieur, Madame and Bibi (dir. Jean Boyer and Max Neufeld, 1932), as Clary Baumann
  • Prisonnier de mon cœur (dir. Jean Tarride, 1932), as Suzanne
  • A Star Disappears (dir. Robert Villers, 1932), as Herself
  • Mon cœur balance (dir. René Guissart, 1932), as Geneviève
  • Madame ne veut pas d'enfants (dir. Hans Steinhoff, 1933), as Elyane
  • Son Altesse Impériale (dir. Victor Janson and Jean Bernard-Derosne, 1933), as Monique
  • Charlemagne (dir. Pierre Colombier, 1933), as Rose Val
  • La Femme idéale (dir. André Berthomieu, 1934), as Denise
  • The Typist Gets Married (dir. Joe May and René Pujol, 1934), as Simone
  • Le Paquebot Tenacity (dir. Julien Duvivier, 1934), as Thérèse
  • The King of Paris (dir. Jack Raymond, 1934), as Maike Tamara
  • Votre sourire (dir. Monty Banks and Pierre Caron, 1934), as Colette
  • The Terrible Lovers (dir: Marc Allégret, 1936), as Lucie
  • Death on the Run (dir. André Berthomieu, 1936), as Myrra
  • With a Smile (dir. Maurice Tourneur, 1936), as Gisèle Berthier
  • L'Homme sans coeur (dir. Léo Joannon, 1937), as Sylvette
  • Le Porte-veine (dir. André Berthomieu, 1937), as Jeannine
  • People Who Travel (dir. Jacques Feyder, 1938), as Pepita
  • Terra di fuoco (dir. Giorgio Ferroni and Marcel L'Herbier, 1939), as Elena
  • Naples Will Never Die (dir. Amleto Palermi, 1939), as Annie Fusco
  • A Wife in Danger (dir. Max Neufeld, 1939), as Mary Arnold Verdier
  • Terre de feu (dir. Marcel L'Herbier, 1942), as Hélène
  • Dagli Appennini alle Ande (dir. Flavio Calzavara, 1943)
  • La Folla (dir. Silvio Laurenti Rosa, 1951)
  • Adorable Creatures (dir. Christian-Jaque, 1952), as Madeleine Michaud
  • La Fugue de Monsieur Perle (dir. Pierre Gaspard-Huit, 1952), as Juliette Perle
  • What Scoundrels Men Are! (dir. Glauco Pellegrini, 1953), as Elsa
  • The Bachelor (dir. Antonio Pietrangeli, 1955), as Catherine
  • And God Created Woman (dir. Roger Vadim, 1956), as Mme. Tardieu
  • Rafles sur la ville (dir. Pierre Chenal, 1958), as La patronne du café
  • Premier mai (dir. Luis Saslavsky, 1958)
  • The Cat (dir. Henri Decoin, 1958)
  • Ramuntcho (dir. Pierre Schoendoerffer, 1959), as Franchita
  • The Cat Shows Her Claws (dir. Henri Decoin, 1960), as La concierge
  • Les Beaux Yeux d'Agatha (TV series, 1964)
  • as Arlette Genny

  • Le Miracle des loups (dir. Raymond Bernard, 1924)
  • Monsieur le directeur (1924)
  • Les Dévoyés (1925)
  • Miss Helyett (1927)
  • La Maison sans amour (1927)
  • Little Devil May Care (dir. Marcel L'Herbier, 1928), as A little thief (uncredited)
  • References

    Marie Glory Wikipedia


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