Jacques Bergerac

French actor, businessman and executive Jacques Bergerac

Jacques Bergerac is a former French actor with a brief Hollywood film career. Originally a lawyer, Bergerac met and married Ginger Rogers with whom he appeared in Twist of Fate (1954). He then went on to appear as Armand Duval in a television production of Camille for Kraft Television Theatre, opposite Signe Hasso. He played the Comte de Provence in Jean Delannoy's film Marie Antoinette Queen of France (Marie-Antoinette reine de France, 1956) with Michèle Morgan.
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26 May 1927
15 June 2014
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Dr. Franklin Ruehl, Ph.D.: Did a Lethal Curse Plague Three 1950s Screen Sirens?
Huffington Post - over 5 years
Mari Blanchard! Peggie Castle! Allison Hayes! Incredibly, death stalked each one of these three gorgeous scream queens of the 1950s! All met tragic, premature demises by the time they reached their 40s! It definitely appears that a deadly curse was acting upon them. The chances for an incredible coincidence of this magnitude would be absolutely astronomical! Conceivably, dark forces may have somehow been angered by their appearances in movies which touched upon the sacred subject matter of their shadowy domain! But, before you decide one way or the other, please consider the case of each one detailed herewith: -Mari Blanchard(1927-1970): This leggy blonde stunner (born Mary Blanchard) had often been cast as a villainess in secondary roles in a succession of adventures, mysteries, and westerns until she landed her first leading role as Queen Allura of Venus in 1953's Abbott And Costello Go To Mars. Working as maintenance men at a missile base, Bud and Lou accide...
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Ginger Rogers, il mito hollywoodiano della danza - Persinsala.it
Google News - over 6 years
... Kildare (1934–1941); con l'ufficiale di marina Jack Briggs (1943–1949), con l'affascinante e molto più giovane francese Jacques Bergerac conosciuto durante un viaggio a Parigi (1953–1957); e con il regista e produttore William Marshall (1961–1971)
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“Gigi” en el Club del Orden - ElLitoral.com
Google News - over 6 years
Como cada martes desde las 18.30, el ciclo propone un clásico, esta vez del género musical, protagonizado por Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier, Louis Jordan, Hermione Gingold, Jacques Bergerac y Eva Gabor. Situada en 1900, la historia que narra es la de
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Actriz de cine, bailarina y cantante estadounidense famosa por haber formado ... - El Intransigente
Google News - almost 7 years
... en la década de los 30 falleció a los 83 años de edad en su rancho de California el 25 de abril de 1995, después de una vida amorosa completa (cinco matrimonios: Edward Jackson Culpepper, Lew Ayres, Jack Briggs, Jacques Bergerac y William Marshall)
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Ginger Rogers, Who Danced With Astaire and Won an Oscar for Drama, Dies at 83
NYTimes - almost 23 years
Ginger Rogers, the vivacious actress whose supple grace in the arms of Fred Astaire lifted the spirits of Depression-era moviegoers in some of the most elegantly romantic musical films ever made, died yesterday at her home in Rancho Mirage, Calif. She was 83. The blond, blue-eyed actress, who came out of Charleston contests and the vaudeville
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NYTimes - about 31 years
IT WOULD BE THE LAST TIME THE WHOLE family was together - Christmas 1979. In the Tudor stone mansion across the street from the Wichita Country Club, Mary Koch and her four sons celebrated the holiday in the spacious living room, scattered with photographs of the brothers as carefree boys. A large oil portrait of the late patriarch of the clan,
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  • 2014
    Age 86
    Died on June 15, 2014.
  • 1927
    Born on May 26, 1927.
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