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  1. Claudette Colbert est une actrice française et américaine, née Émilie Chauchoin [1], [2], [3] le 13 septembre 1903 à Saint-Mandé (Val-de-Marne), et morte le 30 juillet 1996 à Speightstown à la Barbade. Elle est la première actrice française à avoir reçu l'Oscar de la meilleure actrice en 1946 et la première à ce jour à avoir ...

  2. Claudette Colbert, Actress: It Happened One Night. One of the brightest film stars to grace the screen was born Emilie Claudette Chauchoin on September 13, 1903, in Saint Mandé, France where her father owned a bakery at 57, rue de la République (now Avenue Général de Gaulle).

  3. Screenwriter Allan Scott was one of Claudette Colbert's biggest fans after working with her on Skylark (1941) and So Proudly We Hail! (1943). When she had trouble with one of his scenes she never said, "I can't play this scene"; her attitude was, "I think I'm missing something here", he recalled decades later when writing about Colbert's deep understanding as a friend.

  4. 06/08/2022 · FEATURED IS ACTRESS CLAUDETTE COLBERT. WILL BE REMOVED. I cannot detect any alteration. It's a nice photo.

  5. Description: Lovely story of a family’s WW2 experiences of life and homelife after their husband and father volunteer for military service.

  6. A tabloid outed Claudette Colbert soon after her death in 1996. Although married twice, Colbert barely lived with either husband and was rumored to have had an affair with Marlene Dietrich. But according to Vanity Fair, the women in her life weren't lovers so much as "ladies-in-waiting." As for Clark Gable, her co-star in 1934's "It Happened One Night," biographer David Brett describes the ...

  7. Here it is, my vote for the single funniest episode of "What's My Line?" I suspect there are some folks out there who will find it irritating how much Grouc...