Abel Tarride

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Abel Tarride photographed in 1902

Abel Tarride (1865–1951) was a French actor. He was the father of the actor Jacques Tarride and the director Jean Tarride. He played the role of Jules Maigret in the 1932 film The Yellow Dog, directed by his son.

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