Highest Rated: 89% Le Corbeau (1948)
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French actress Sylvie made her stage debut at the beginning of the 20th century. She made her first film in 1912, but didn't like the experience and returned to the stage. A highly regarded character player by the '30s, Sylvie returned before the cameras for the 1935 French version of Crime and Punishment. Most of her screen assignments were scene-stealing bits and cameos, with larger roles coming her way in such costume productions as Therese Raquin (1954) and the Kirk Douglas version of Ulysses (1954). At age 81, Sylvie received the best and most popular film assignment of her life as the slightly senile title character in The Shameless Old Lady (1964). In accepting this assignment, Sylvie exercised the usual actress' prerogative of playing a part much younger than herself; the film's Shameless Old Lady was only in her early seventies.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Crésus (Croesus) Actor 2012
No Score Yet Pour une nuit d'amour (Passionnelle) Actor 2012
No Score Yet Le Coupable Actor 2011
No Score Yet La Romance De Paris Actor 2003
No Score Yet The Shameless Old Lady Mme. Berthe 1965
No Score Yet Family Portrait (Cronaca familiare) Grandmother 1963
No Score Yet Ulysses Euriclea 1954
No Score Yet Le Petit Monde de Don Camillo (The Little World of Don Camillo) Christina 1953
No Score Yet Therese Raquin Madame Raquin 1953
No Score Yet Forbidden Fruit Mother Pellegrin 1952
No Score Yet Pattes Blanches Actor 1949
89% Le Corbeau Mother of `No. 13' 1948
71% Les Anges du Péché The Prioress 1943
No Score Yet Dance Program (Un Carnet de Bal) Gaby 1938
No Score Yet Crime and Punishment Catherine Ivanovna 1935


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