José Davert

Actor - France
Born September 6, 1874 in Marseilles
Died April 1934

José Davert was born on September 6, 1874 in Marseilles. He was a French Actor, known for Construire un feu (1925), Männer ohne Beruf (1929), La Garçonne (1923), José Davert's first movie on record is from 1918. José Davert died on April , 1934. His last motion picture on file dates from 1929.

José Davert Filmography [Auszug]
1929: [08.15] Männer ohne Beruf (Cast: 1 Mann ohne Beruf), Directed by Harry Piel, with Harry Piel, Bruno Ziener, Albert Paulig,
1928: [10.25] Der geheime Kurier (The Secret Courier) (Cast: Monsieur de Renal, Maire), Directed by Gennaro Righelli, with Ivan Mosjoukin, Lil Dagover,
1927: [00.00] Das brennende Schiff (The Glass Boat) (Cast: Der Steuermann der 'Kerrock'), Directed by Constantin J. David, Jacqueline Milliet, with André Nox, Françoise Rosay, Eric Barclay,
1925: [/ /1] Construire un feu (Cast: Der Mann), Directed by Claude Autant-Lara, with Ed Lartigaud, Jean Leclerc,
1925: [03.13] Le Fantôme du Moulin-Rouge (Cast: Gauthier, journaliste ), Directed by René Clair, with Albert Préjean, Sandra Milowanoff, Paul Ollivier,
1923: [] La Garçonne (Cast: Baron de Plombino), Directed by Armand du Plessy, with Suzanne Balco, France Dhélia, Georges Deneubourg,
1918: [10.25] Mascamor (Cast: Noël, le Canadien), Directed by Pierre Marodon, with Pierre Marodon, Marthe Lenclud, ,

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