February 1, 1890|
|Died||November 22, 1966
Émile Drain (1890–1966) was a French actor and comedian.
In 1925, he starred as Napoleon with Gloria Swanson in Madame Sans-Gene. In 1927 he played Napoleon in the Donald Crisp directed The Fighting Eagle. In 1948, he appeared, again as Napoleon, in the film The Lame Devil.
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