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Actress, Corinne Calvet, was born Corinne Dibos on Apr 30, 1925 in Paris, France. Calvet died at the age of 76 on Jun 23, 2001 in Los Angeles, CA .



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By Art on Apr 30, 2012 From Classic Cinema Gold

was a statuesque seductive French actress who appeared mostly in American films from the late 1940′s to the early 80′s. Calvet was born Corinne Dibos April 30, 1925 in Paris, France. She studied criminal law at the Sorbonne and made her debut in French radio, stage play... Read full article

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Suzanne Renaud: Michael, if you ever believed anyone in your life, please believe me.

Suzanne Renaud: Of course, if you're a man of principle...
Fred Martingale: I take it you're quite experienced.
Suzanne Renaud: The German is brittle. The Frenchman cries l'amour! The American is hoping for the cavalry to come.
Fred Martingale: And what do Englishmen do?
Suzanne Renaud: They pay.

Suzanne Renaud: [to Martingale] Diamonds are your business, but men are mine.

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Measurements: 36-23-35 1/2 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)

Wrote a 1983 memoir, called "Has Corinne Been a Good Girl?" in which she said Hollywood studios put her in roles that never tapped her acting ability.

In 1952 Calvet filed a lawsuit accusing actress Zsa Zsa Gabor of slandering her in telling several people, including a newspaper columnist, that Calvet was not really French.

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