Armand Baruch Josephson said Armand Lurville or Lurvile born on 21 March 1875 in Paris 10th and died on 26 September 1955 in the same city, the same arrondissement is a French actor of theatre and cinema. Under the stage name of Armand Lurville, he contributed to twenty-two silent French films released from 1909 (of which many short films). The last is The Passion of Jeanne d'Arc by Carl Theodor Dreyer, released in 1928, with Renée Falconetti in the title role.
Then he appeared in thirty-five films from 1930 to 1948, including Pasteur de Sacha Guitry (1935, with the director in the role-title), Hôtel du Nord de Marcel Carné (1938, with Arletty, Louis Jouvet, Annabella and Jean-Pierre Aumont), and also Un revenir de Christian-Jaque (1946, with Louis Jouvet and Gaby Morlay). He returned to the screen with a small role in Gervaise de René Clement (with Maria Schell, François Périer and Suzy Delair), released in September 1956, the year following his death during the shooting.
Armand Lurville is also active in the theatre, where he has Jules Berry, André Lefaur, Jacques Louvigny, Elvire Popesco and Françoise Rosay as partners. Mention should be made of La Dame aux camélias d'Alexandre Dumas filhi, represented at the Théâtre des Célestins (Lyon) in 1940, with Edwige Feuillère and Pierre Richard-Willm (note that he had already participated in an adaptation to the screen in 1934 of the eponymous novel). We should also mention the musical comedy La Dame en décolleté, on a music by Maurice Yvain, played at the Théâtre des Bouffes-Parisiens in 1923, with Dranem and Jean Gabin.
The Bureaucrats (1936)
Ah! Quelle gare! (1933)
The Pearl (1932)
With Assurance (1932)
The Dressmaker of Luneville (1932)
Nothing but the truth (1931)
Flame of Love (1930)
Deathday1955-09-26 (80 years old)
Birth nameArmand Barouch Josephson
Place of birth10th arrondissement of Paris, France
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