La vie de plaisir
Albert Maulette - le tenancier de la boîte de nuit 'La Vie de Plaisir'
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Albert Prejean | M. Albert Préjean
Did You Know?
Albert Prejean was a flying ace during the First World War, and before that had worked as an acrobat - both of which facilitated his entry into movies as a stuntman. His first proper acting job was in Rene Clair's debut film At 3:25
(1924). He became a popular star of early French comedy and, having also at one time worked as a nightclub singer, was often cast in films which required him to sing,...