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Capucine (Genevieve Lefebvre 1928-1990)

  1. Angie Dickinson, Rio Bravo, 1958.
  2. Anna Karina,  Lo Straniero/The Stranger,  1967.   When  the  Italian maestro, Luchino Visconti,  was planning it with Alain Delon.
  3. Ursula Andress, Casino Royale, 1966.
  4. Elsa Martinelli,  Maroc 7, 1976.    Wisely avoided some eminently forgettable Pinewood nonsense.
  5. Romy Schneider, Clair de femme (US: Womanlight), France-Italy-West Germany,  1979. Producer George-Alain Vuille  promised any film of the Roman Gary novel to Capucine. Paris réalisateurCosta-Gavras inbsisted opon Romy. And then achieved the impossible by messing up a second teaming of Schneider and Yves Montand - sublime in Claude Sautet’s Cesar et Rosalie, 1972.  Yet here, they never occupy our minds, said Chicago critic Roger Ebert, “because the director is standing in the way.”

 





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