Pierre Repp, candid and on the set of Cartouche (1962)
Paris: N.p., Circa 1962. Collection of 2 vintage referencel photographs, and 1 double weight publicity photograph, all featuring French actor and comedian, Pierre Repp. Two images show Repp on the set of Philippe de Broca's "Cartouche" (1962), as Le marquis de Griffe.
The double weight promotional image was produced by Philips presumably during the mid 1950s, when Repp had released some comedy albums with the music company.
Repp (1909-1986) was a French film actor and comedian, noted for his stuttering speech, and particularly popular in Parisian music halls and cabaret. Notable film credits include "Hello Smile!" (1956), Truffaut's "The 400 Blows" (1959), Giono's "Croesus" (1960), and Demy's "Donkey Skin" (1970).
Publicity photo: 6.5 x 9 inches.
Reference photos from "Cartouche": One photo 7 x 9.25 inches; one photo 5 x 7 inches.
All photos About Near Fine.
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