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Belmondo

(bɛlˈmɒndəʊ; French bɛlmɔ̃do)
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(Biography) Jean-Paul (ʒɑ̃pol). born 1933, French film actor
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The Norwegian won her 11th career medal to break a tie with Raisa Smetanina of Russia and Stefania Belmondo of Italy.
She has won 10, as did retired cross-country skiers Raisa Smetanina of the Soviet Union and Unified Team, and Italy's Stefania Belmondo.
The posters for classic films, middle, and, far left, Sophia Lauren and John-Paul Belmondo enjoy pizza during a break in filming The Two
Reed decided to pose as a journalist and bluff his way into an interviews with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Buster Keaton, the ageing silent film star who was promoting Film, a 22-minute experimental silent movie written by Samuel Beckett.
Ademas, con su habitual humor, afirmo: <<He visto que Jean Paul Belmondo habia sido padre tarde, asi que me ha hecho sentir mejor.
Breathless" star Jean-Paul Belmondo and director Jerzy Skolimowski, pioneer of the Polish New Wave, will be feted with Golden Lions for lifetime achievement.
BIRTHDAYS: Hugh Hefner, publisher, 90; Jean-Paul Belmondo, actor, 83; Valerie Singleton, TV presenter, 79; Hannah Gordon, actress, 75; Alan Knott, former cricketer, 70; Dennis Quaid, actor, 62; Paulina Porizkova, model and actress, 51; Robbie Fowler, former footballer, 41; Rachel Stevens, pop singer, 38.
Il n'a pas, du haut des ses quatre-vingt ans et quelques poussieres, oublie la durete de l'epoque, ses copains, son professeur Nikolai, le pere de Jean-Paul Belmondo qui etait sculpteur, et Bertrand Friedman, le fils du rabbin qui aida le jeune orphelin a integrer l'Ecole.
Hugh Hefner, publisher, 89; Jean-Paul Belmondo, actor, 82; Valerie Singleton, TV presenter, 78; Hannah Gordon, actress, 74; Alan Knott, ex- cricketer, 69; Dennis Quaid, actor, 61; Paulina Porizkova, actress, 50; Robbie Fowler, former footballer, 40; Rachel Stevens, pop singer, 37, pictured.
This number includes "La Peau Douce" (1964), "The Man Who Loved Women" (1977), "The Bride Wore Black" (1968), starring Jeanne Moreau and Michel Bouquet, and "La Sirene du Mississipi" (1969), starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Catherine Deneuve.
The Circle magazine, produced in Zurich from 1943 to 1967, was the only gay publication during WWII and was circulated worldwide, including establishments (there are no exclusively lesbian clubs in Bern), the Blue Cat Cafe, the Comeback Bar, or the Belmondo Bar.