- Lamoureux, Robert
- (January 4, 1920, Paris, France -)He was a successful cabaret and music hall actor, writing and performing his own monologues before becoming one of the most popular comedy actors of the 1950s. From 1950 (Au Fil des Ondes, Pierre Gautherin) to 1990 (Le Jour des Rois), he played supporting and leading roles in about thirty movies, including some he directed himself. He also authored several boulevard plays (La Brune que voilà; La Soupière; Echec et Meurtre; Le Canard à l'Orange; La Taupe; Diable d'Homme; Le Charlatan). His wife was actress Magali de Vendeuil (1926-2009).Filmography1960 ◘ La Brune que voilà (with Maurice Régamey as technical adviser; also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist)◘ Ravissante (with Maurice Régamey as technical adviser; also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist)◘ Mais où est donc passé la Septième Compagnie? / Dov'è finita la 7 compagnia? (also screenwriter, dialogist, actor; France / Italy)◘ impossible . . . pas français (also screenwriter, dialogist, actor)◘ Opération Lady Marlène (also screenwriter, dialogist, actor; France / Italy)◘ On a retrouvé la Septième Compagnie! (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist, actor)1977 ◘ La Septième Compagnie au Clair de Lune (also co-screenwriter, dialogist, actor)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.