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Who is Alfred Adam?
Alfred Adam was a French stage and film character actor, who usually played weak or villainous roles.
- also known as Adam, Alfred Adam de la Comédie Française, Alfred Roger Adam
- born on (107 years ago) in Asnières-sur-Seine
- nationality: France
- profession: Actor, screenwriter
- died on (33 years ago) in Le Perreux-sur-Marne
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by Eric Michael Mazur
Simone Signoret, Yves Montand, Mylène Demongeot, Alfred Adam, Pierre Larquey. [Magic] Sorrows of Satan, The, 1926. Dir. D. W. Griffith.
Dictionary of Films (1972)
by Georges Sadoul
Benda Mus Louis Beydts Cast French version Francoise Rosay, Jean Murat, Andre Alerme, Louis Jou- vet, Bernard Lancret, Micheline Cheirel, Alfred Adam German version Francoise Rosay, Paul Hartman, Will Dohm, Charlotte Daudert, Albert Lieven, Hans Heninger, Paul Westermaier Prod Tobis. 115 mins. (95 mins. in most English versions). Premier, December 1, 1935 in Paris.
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