Josseline Gaël

Josseline Gaël (born Jeannine Augustine Jeanne Blanleuil; 4 February 1917 – 10 August 1995) was a French film actress who specialised in comedy roles. She is best remembered for her portrayal of Cosette in the 1934 film adaptation of Les Misérables. Her daughter with Jules Berry, Michèle, became a renowned art dealer.

Josseline Gaël
Josseline Gaël 1938.jpg
Born
Jeannine Augustine Jeanne Blanleuil

4 February 1917
Died10 August 1995
OccupationActress
Partner(s)Jules Berry
Children1

Partial filmographyEdit

  • Le stigmate (1924) as Gaby
  • Simone (1926) as Simone enfant
  • Une femme a menti (1930) as Jacqueline Chapelain
  • Love Songs (1930) as Simone Crespin
  • Les amours de minuit (1931) as Fanny
  • The Man at Midnight (1931) as Arlette
  • All That's Not Worth Love (1931) as Claire
  • Baleydier (1932) as Lola
  • Pour un sou d'amour (1932) as Françoise
  • Monsieur de Pourceaugnac (1932) as Julie
  • Happy Hearts (1932) as Lucette
  • The Abbot Constantine (1933) as Bettina Perceval
  • Tambour battant (1933) as Anneliese
  • Les Misérables (1934) as Cosette
  • A Man of Gold (1934) as Marcelle
  • Le bossu (1934) as Aurore de Caylus
  • Les hommes de la côte (1934) as Janick
  • Le monde où l'on s'ennuie (1935) as Suzanne de Villiers
  • Monsieur Sans-Gêne (1935) as Monique Perrochin
  • Jeunes filles à marier (1935) as Simone Guéneau
  • Pluie d'or (1935) as Rose
  • L'enfant du Danube (1936) as Hélène
  • Monsieur Personne (1936) as Josette Verneau
  • La madone de l'atlantique (1936) as Yvonne Dorland
  • Wells in Flames (1937) as Mirka
  • Un déjeuner de soleil (1937) as Evelyne
  • My Little Marquise (1937) as Monique Cormier
  • Un scandale aux galeries (1937) as Laurence Coulaines
  • Les deux combinards (1938) as Lucette
  • Le monsieur de 5 heures (1938) as Madeleine Précardan
  • Les femmes collantes (1938) as Eloïse Duboucher
  • Barnabé (1938) as Mado
  • Le plus beau gosse de France (1938) as Janine Pinsonnet
  • Remontons les Champs-Élysées (1938) as Léone
  • Grand-père (1939) as Solange Lavigne
  • His Uncle from Normandy (1939) as Brigitte
  • Face au destin (1940) as L'amie de Claude
  • L'an 40 (1941) as Lucie
  • Un chapeau de paille d'Italie (1941) as Anaïs Beauperthuis
  • Chambre 13 (1942) as Geneviève d'Antibes
  • La neige sur les pas (1942) as Simone Norans
  • La Main du diable (1943) as Irène
  • Une vie de chien (1943) as Émilie Calumet
  • Le soleil de minuit (1943) as La princesse Armide Irénieff
  • The Island of Love (1944) as Xénia (final film role)

BibliographyEdit

  • Crisp, Colin. Genre, Myth and Convention in the French Cinema 1929-1939. Indiana University Press, 2002.

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