Dany Carrel

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Yvonne Suzanne Chazelles de Chaxel, better known as Dany Carrel, (born 20 September 1932) is a French actress.[1] She was born in Tourane, Annam, French Indochina. She retired from acting in 1989.

Carrel's best known roles were in Dortoir des grandes (1953), Women's Club (1956), People of No Importance (1956), Porte des Lilas (1957), Girls for the Summer (1958), The Goose of Sedan (1959), Mill of the Stone Women (1960), The Hands of Orlac (1960), Une souris chez les hommes (1964), A Trap for Cinderella (1965), La prisonnière (1968), Clérambard (1969), Trois milliards sans ascenseur (1972) and Schools Falling Apart (1981).

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  1. "Carrel, Dany - BFI". Archived from the original on 2009-01-16. Retrieved 2019-08-09.

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