Jacques Pills

French actor and singer Jacques Pills

Jacques Pills was a French singer and actor, born René Jacques Ducos. His impresario was Bruno Coquatrix. In 1959, Pills was the Monegasque entrant at the Eurovision Song Contest 1959 with the song "Mon ami Pierrot". The song ended last, in eleventh place and got only one point.
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Sous-titre : Les vacances de Monsieur De Gaulle (1952-1954) - Toutelatele.com
Google News - over 6 years
Les amoureux se bécotent sur les bancs publics, Edith Piaf épouse Jacques Pills. Deux grandes affaires judiciaires passionnent l'opinion publique française avec des têtes d'affiche hors du commun, Gaston Dominici à Lurs, Marie Besnard à Loudun
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Nős kerékpárbajnokba volt szerelmes Edith Piaf - hvg.hu
Google News - almost 7 years
A gyűjtemény utolsó keltezett levelét Piaf New Yorkból írta Gérardinnek, hogy bejelentse: szakít vele. "Amikor megkapod ezt a levelet, én már férjhez is mentem" - írta az énekesnő, aki akkor már Jacques Pills francia énekes menyasszonya volt
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The legend who lived for love - New Zealand Herald
Google News - almost 7 years
Married to Jacques Pills (in 1952; her friend Marlene Dietrich was matron of honour) and Theo Lamboukas (1962). She died of liver cancer in 1963. Carolyn will appear at the Aotea Centre at 10am on Friday. She is also conducting a research technique
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Book shows Piaf anguish in love letters to cyclist - Los Angeles Times
Google News - almost 7 years
On September 18, 1952, the last dated letter of the collection, Piaf wrote to Gerardin from New York to cut things off. "When you receive this letter I will be married," wrote Piaf, now engaged to French singer Jacques Pills, expressing the hope that
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Gilbert Bécaud, 74, French Pop Songwriter
NYTimes - about 16 years
Gilbert Bécaud, a popular French crooner and prolific songwriter whose song ''Et Maintenant'' became a worldwide hit in English as ''What Now My Love,'' died in Paris today on his houseboat on the Seine. He was 74. Friends reported that the cause was cancer. Mr. Bécaud, whose powerful stage presence earned him the nickname Mr. 100,000 Volts, was
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FLIGHT OF THE SPARROW
NYTimes - about 32 years
PIAF By Margaret Crosland. Illustrated. 240 pp. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. $16.95. EDITH PIAF'S sensational life, though sad enough to wring your heart, makes for a riveting story. There was the voice, lyrical, magical, so full of love that even now, if you dig out your dusty Piaf records and listen to ''Mon Legionnaire'' or
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jacques Pills
    CHILDHOOD
  • 1970
    Died in 1970.
  • OTHER
  • 1952
    On 20 September 1952, he married singer Édith Piaf. However, in 1956, this marriage also ended in divorce.
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  • 1939
    He married to Lucienne Boyer in 1939 and they were divorced in 1951.
  • 1906
    Born in 1906.
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