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Marcel Dalio
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Actor
    (November 23, 1899-November 18, 1983)
    Born in Paris, France
    Birth name was Israel Moshe Blauschild
    Appeared in the films ‘Pepe le Moko’ (1937), ‘Grand Illusion’ (1938), ‘The Rules of the Game’ (1939), ‘One Night in Lisbon’ (1941), ‘The Shanghai Gesture’ (1941), ‘The Pied Piper’ (1942), ‘Tales of Manhattan’ (1942), ‘Casablanca’ (1942), ‘Paris After Dark’ (1943), ‘The Song of Bernadette’ (1943), ‘To Have and Have Not’ (1944), ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ (1953), ‘Sabrina’ (1954), ‘The Sun Also Rises’ (1957), ‘Pillow Talk’ (1959), ‘Can-Can’ (1960), ‘Donovan’s Reef’ (1963), ‘How to Steal a Million’ (1966), ‘Catch-22’ (1970) and ‘La Bete’ (1975)
    He married actress Madeleine LeBeau when he was 40 and she was 17.
    He filed for divorce from LeBeau while they were both filming ‘Casablanca,’ which must have made for some awkward moments on set.
    He was one of the stars (in the Captain Renault part) of the short-lived attempt to turn ‘Casablanca’ into a TV series (1955-56).
    He and LeBeau fled Paris after the German invasion and wound up waiting in Lisbon for two months for visas.
    They (and 200 other refugees) were stranded in Mexico after discovering that their Chilean visas were forgeries.
    They eventually received temporary Canadian passports that let them enter the United States.
    The Nazis occupying France used publicity stills of him to illustrate the features of ‘a typical Jew.’
    His parents died in a concentration camp.

Credit: C. Fishel


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