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Danielle Darrieux (French pronunciation: ?[da.ni?l i.v?n ma.?i ??.twa.n?t da?.jø]) (1 May 1917 ? 17 October 2017) was a French actress and singer, who appeared in more than 110 films after 1931. She was one of France's great movie stars and her eight-decade career is among the longest in film history.
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