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Simone Simon Overview:

Legendary actress, Simone Simon, was born Simone Thérèse Fernande Simone on Apr 23, 1910 in Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône. Simon died at the age of 94 on Feb 22, 2005 in Paris, France .

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Simon was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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On Blu-ray/DVD: The Restoration of A Gem, Jacqueline Audry's Olivia (1950) with

By KC on Dec 5, 2019 From Classic Movies

Olivia (1950) (also known as The Pit of Loneliness) is a treasure that came out of nowhere for me. Set in a nineteenth-century French boarding school, much like Jean Renoir’s The Rules of the Game (1939), it reveals a battleground in the most elegant of settings. A landmark in queer cinema and... Read full article


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Simone Simon Quotes:

Irena Dubrovna: Oh, it's alright. It's just that cats don't seem to like me.


Irena Dubrovna: I like the dark. It's friendly.


[last lines]
Dr. Stephen Dominick: Isn't it strange how professors can be so pitifully stupid? It's taken me all these weeks to find out that the only answer to the problem...is you.
Marie Claudel: I could have told you that.
[they kiss]


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Simone Simon Facts
Jean Renoir offered her the role of "Christine de la Chesnaye" in The Rules of the Game (1939), but she preferred to go back to Hollywood.

Had an affair with composer George Gershwin. It has been suggested by Gershwin scholars that "Love Walked In" was likely written with her in mind. Simone would state in a 1991 interview that "Above anything else in the relationship, Gershwin and I shared a common interest in music".

Had an affair with a famous WWII spy, Dusko Popov, who was Yugoslavian and thought by the Germans to be a spy for them but in fact was a spy for the British. Popov was a very successful double agent and a well-known ladies man, and during WWII was also acquainted with another spy, Ian Fleming, who later used Popov as the basis for James Bond. It sounds like a movie in itself but it's completely true.

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