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Yvonne Arnaud est une Actrice Française née le 20 décembre 1890 à Bordeaux (France)

Yvonne Arnaud

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Nationalité France
Naissance 20 décembre 1890 à Bordeaux (France)
Mort 20 septembre 1958 (à 67 ans) à Guildford (Royaume-uni)

Germaine Yvonne Arnaud (20 December 1890 – 20 September 1958) was a French pianist, singer and actress. After beginning a career as a concert pianist as a child, Arnaud acted in musical comedies. She switched to non-musical comedy and drama around 1920 and was one of the players in the second of the Aldwych farces, A Cuckoo in the Nest, a hit in 1925. She also had dramatic roles and made films in the 1930s and 40s, and continued to act into the 1950s. She occasionally performed as a pianist later in her career.

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In 1920, Arnaud married the actor Hugh McLellan, son of C. M. S. McLellan. She was a president of the League Against Cruel Sports from 1948 to 1951. She was also godmother to the writer Oriel Malet, and was the subject of Malet's book Marraine: a portrait of my godmother (1961).



For many years she lived in Guildford, England, where she died. Her ashes were scattered in St. Martha's churchyard on St. Martha's Hill just south-east of Guildford, and there is a memorial to her on the church grounds. In 1965 the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre was opened in the town.

Le plus souvent avec

Tom Walls
Tom Walls
(6 films)
Jacques Tati
Jacques Tati
(1 films)
Cecil Parker
Cecil Parker
(3 films)
Ben Travers
Ben Travers
(3 films)
Finlay Currie
Finlay Currie
(3 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Yvonne Arnaud (14 films)

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Mon oncle
Mon oncle (1958)
, 1h50
Réalisé par Pierre Étaix, Jacques Tati, Henri Marquet
Origine France
Genres Comédie
Thèmes Dystopique
Acteurs Jacques Tati, Jean-Pierre Zola, Adrienne Servantie, Jean-François Martial, Lucien Frégis, Yvonne Arnaud
Rôle Georgette
Note77% 3.896363.896363.896363.896363.89636
Monsieur Arpel, riche industriel et fier de sa maison futuriste bardée de gadgets technologiques à l'utilité improbable, veut éviter que son beau-frère, M. Hulot, personnage rêveur et bohème, n'influence son fils. Il va essayer de lui confier un emploi dans son usine afin de l'éloigner.
Le Fantôme de Berkeley Square, 1h25
Réalisé par Vernon Sewell
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Fantastique, Comédie, Fantasy
Thèmes Fantômes
Acteurs Robert Morley, Felix Aylmer, Yvonne Arnaud, Claude Hulbert, Abraham Sofaer, Ernest Thesiger
Rôle Millie
Note59% 2.956162.956162.956162.956162.95616
Two 18th century officers, General Burlap (Morley) and Colonel Kelsoe (Aylmer), are desperate to prevent war, so they hatch a plan to capture the Duke of Marlborough and hold him prisoner until the threat of hostilities passes. Unfortunately, while testing the efficacy of the contraption they have designed to entrap the duke, they manage to kill themselves. Their stupidity incurs the wrath of Queen Anne in the afterlife, and as punishment they are condemned to haunt the Berkeley Square house until such time as a British monarch crosses the threshold of the property.
Tomorrow We Live, 1h27
Réalisé par George King
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Guerre
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs John Clements, Godfrey Tearle, Greta Gynt, Hugh Sinclair, Yvonne Arnaud, Karel Štěpánek
Rôle Madame L. Labouche
Note65% 3.2698753.2698753.2698753.2698753.269875
A young French idealist (John Clements), who gives his name as Jean Baptiste, arrives in "St Pierre-le-Port", a small town near Saint-Nazaire, a major port and base of operations for the German Navy, particularly their U-boats, on the Atlantic coast. Baptiste tells a member of the French Resistance that "I come from Saint-Nazaire. I've details of the submarine base, the docks and power plant. If I can get them to England..."
Stormy Weather, 1h14
Réalisé par Tom Walls
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Comédie
Acteurs Tom Walls, Yvonne Arnaud, Norma Varden, Andrews Engelmann, Davy Burnaby, Peter Gawthorne
Rôle Louise Craggs
Note59% 2.995262.995262.995262.995262.99526
Sir Duncan Craggs retires from the Colonial Service and returns to London with his new French wife. The couple are devoted to each other, but continually flirt with other people. Sir Duncan is appointed to the board of clothing retail chain. On his tour of inspection he encounters a successful store run by the efficient Bullock. By contrast a neighbouring shop is filed with unhelpful staff overseen by an incompentent and lazy manager, Raymond Penny, who is more interested in horseracing than running his shop. Craggs is unimpressed by Penny and summons him to a meeting in London. Both Bullock and his domineering wife travel up to London as well, fearing that Penny will tell Craggs malicious stories about them.
Lady in Danger, 1h8
Réalisé par Tom Walls
Origine Royaume-uni
Acteurs Tom Walls, Yvonne Arnaud, Anne Grey, Marie Lohr, Alfred Drayton, Leonora Corbett
Rôle Queen of Ardenberg
Note52% 2.6358452.6358452.6358452.6358452.635845
British businessman Richard Dexter (Walls) is persuaded to escort the queen of a revolution-torn European country to the safety of England via his aeroplane. Once there his relations with the Queen (Yvonne Arnaud) are farcically misconstrued, when his fiancée Lydia (Anne Gray) arrives unannounced. After many adventures, the King (Hugh Wakefield), who has fled to Paris, is reunited with his wife.
A Cuckoo in the Nest
Réalisé par Tom Walls
Thèmes Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre
Acteurs Tom Walls, Yvonne Arnaud, Mark Daly, Cecil Parker, Roger Livesey, Frank Pettingell
Rôle Marguerite Hickett
Note60% 3.0116453.0116453.0116453.0116453.011645
Peter and Barbara Wyckham plan to travel by railway from London to a country house in Somerset, but Peter misses the train. Another intending traveller in a similar plight is Marguerite Hickett, an old friend of Peter's from the days before their marriages. They decide to hire a motor car and drive to Somerset, but the car breaks down and they seek refuge at the local inn. Only one bedroom is available, and as it is very clear that the landlady, Mrs Spoker, will not admit an unmarried couple, Peter and Marguerite check in as husband and wife.
Canaries Sometimes Sing, 1h20
Réalisé par Tom Walls
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Comédie, Comédie romantique
Thèmes Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre
Acteurs Cathleen Nesbitt, Athole Stewart, Tom Walls, Yvonne Arnaud
Rôle Elma Melton

Over the course of their marriage, Geoffrey Lymes (Walls) has become increasingly exasperated by the shallowness and superficiality of his wife Anne (Nesbitt). He despairs of her ridiculous affectations, social-climbing aspirations and constant embarrassing attempts in company to show herself as an elegant, cultured sophisticate. He feels trapped in a relationship where, as he observes, a wife "does nothing to entitle her husband to divorce her, but a thousand things that entitle him to murder her".