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Nicole Maurey

Lowest Rated:   79% The Day of the Triffids (1963)
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Trained as a dancer, French actress Nicole Maurey entered films as an actress during the Occupation years, beginning with 1943's Blondine. Maurey gained international prominence as the embattled heroine of Robert Bresson's Diary of a Country Priest (1950). Her first English-language film was the 1953 Bing Crosby vehicle Little Boy Lost (1953). During her busiest movie years (1955-62), Maurey shuttled between Europe and England; her most famous film in the latter country was the 1962 sci-fier Day of the Triffids. Nicole Maurey's last film to date was 1981's Chanel Solitaire.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Chanel Solitaire
  • Grande Dame
1981
79% The Day of the Triffids
  • Christine Durrant
1963
No Score Yet Very Edge
  • Helen
1963
No Score Yet The Siege of Sidney Street
  • Sara
1960
No Score Yet High Time
  • Prof. Hanee Gautier
1960
No Score Yet The Scapegoat
  • Bela
1959
No Score Yet The Jayhawkers
  • Jeanne Dubois
1959
No Score Yet Me and the Colonel
  • Suzanne Roualet
1958
No Score Yet The Bold and the Brave
  • Fiamma
1956
No Score Yet The Constant Husband (Marriage a la Mode)
  • Lola
1955
No Score Yet Secret of the Incas
  • Elena Antonescu
1954
94% Diary of a Country Priest (Journal d'un curé de campagne)
  • Mlle. Louis
1954
No Score Yet Little Boy Lost
  • Lisa Garret
1953

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