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Who is Abel Jacquin?
Abel Jacquin was a French actor who appeared in more than thirty films between 1930 and 1956. Jacquin co-directed the 1933 comedy film Les deux 'Monsieur' de Madame. He was also noted for his narration of the 1933 documentary Land Without Bread.
- also known as Jacquin
- born on (121 years ago) in Colombes
- nationality: France
- profession: Actor, voice actor
- died on (46 years ago) in Colombes
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by Eric Michael Mazur
Abel Jacquin, Alexandre O'Neill. [Buñuel, Luis] Husbands and Wives, 1992. Dir. Woody Allen. Woody Allen, Mia Farrow, Judy Davis, Sydney Pollack, Juliette Lewis. [Allen, Woody] Hustler, The, 1961. Dir. Robert Rossen. Paul Newman, Jackie ...
by Ian Aitken
The absurdity of this constant clash between rules of civilised society and the sheer misery and squalor of Las Hurdes is rendered unbearable by the objectivity of the camera and the dispassionate tone of the commentary read by Abel Jacquin ...
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