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Actress, Capucine, was born Germaine Lefebvre on Jan 6, 1928 in Saint-Raphaël, France. died at the age of 62 on Mar 17, 1990 in Lausanne, Switzerland and was cremated and her ashes scattered location unknown.

(Source: article by Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub).

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Capucine Quotes:

Inspector Jacques Clouseau: At times like this, I wish I was but a simple peasant.
Simone Clouseau: It's times like this that make me realize how lucky I really am.


Michelle: Are you going to leave me here alone?
Sam McCord: Make yourself at home. Billy's here.
Michelle: Who's Billy?
Sam McCord: George's little kid brother.
Michelle: How little?
Sam McCord: Seventeen. But he's man enough to take care of you!
Michelle: That's what I'm afraid of!


Billy Pratt: [sniffing Michelle's neck after she seats her at the table] Oh, golly, you smell good!
Michelle: Thank you. Whatever you're cooking smells good, too.
Billy Pratt: I'd rather smell you.
Michelle: Uhm... Shall we dine?


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Capucine Facts
Had a two-year relationship with actor William Holden, who was married at the time.

Considered one of the great beauties of Europe.

On a certain Wednesday in 1956, she realized she was bored. Having never been to America, she flew there on Friday. She modeled in New York for a while, and one night at the Manhattan restaurant le Pavilion she met star John Wayne and agent/producer Charles K. Feldman. Feldman signed her to a contract (she later moved in with him) and sent her to California to learn English. She made her English-speaking debut as Princess Carolyne in Song Without End (1960).

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