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Gabriel Gabrio

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gabriel Gabrio (13 January 1887 – 31 October 1946) was a French stage and film actor whose career began in cinema in the silent film era of the 1920s and spanned more than two decades. Gabrio is possibly best recalled for his roles as Jean Valjean in the 1925 Henri Fescourt-directed adaptation of Victor Hugo's Les Misérables, Cesare Borgia in the 1935 Abel Gance-directed biopic Lucrèce Borgia and as Carlos in the 1937 Julien Duvivier-directed gangster film Pépé le Moko, opposite Jean Gabin. Description above from the Wikipedia article Gabriel Gabrio, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Jan 13, 1887 In Reims, Marne, France
Movie/TV Credits:
14
First Appeared:
In the movie Spanish Fiesta 1920-01-01
Latest Project:
Movie The Devil's Envoys 1942-12-05
Known For
Poster of Harvest
Poster of The Oil Sharks

Gabriel Gabrio Movies Filmography

Movie
The Devil's Envoys
Le bourreau 1942-12-05
Movie
The Life of Giuseppe Verdi
Honoré De Balzac 1938-08-01
Movie
Harvest
Panturle, le paysan d'Aubignane 1937-10-28
Movie
Pépé le Moko
Carlos 1937-01-28
Movie
Lucrezia Borgia
César Borgia 1935-12-20
Movie
Le diable en bouteille
Mounier 1935-04-05
Movie
The Oil Sharks
James Godfrey 1933-07-14
Movie
In the Name of the Law
Amédée 1932-04-15
Movie
Wooden Crosses
Sulphart 1932-03-17
Movie
Une belle garce
Rabbas 1930-12-19
Movie
La Bogeda
Fermin 1930-02-26
Movie
Antoinette Sabrier
Germain Sabrier 1927-01-01
Movie
Les misérables
Jean Valjean 1925-11-24
Movie
Spanish Fiesta
1920-01-01