Isabelle Corey

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Isabelle Corey (1959)

Isabelle Corey (29 May 1939 - 6 February 2011) was a French actress and model.

Corey started modeling in Paris in her teens for magazines such as Jardin des Modes, Elle and Madame Figaro. She was discovered in the Latin Quarter where she lived with her parents by Jean Pierre Melville and was offered the lead in his classic film noir, Bob le flambeur.

Following parts in such films as And God Created Woman, she continued her film career in Italy where she settled in Rome, to work with such producers, directors and actors as Mauro Bolognini, Vittorio De Sica, Marcello Mastroianni, Alberto Sordi, Dino De Laurentiis and Roberto Rossellini.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Director
1956 Bob le flambeur Jean-Pierre Melville
1956 And God Created Woman Roger Vadim
1957 La Ragazza della salina Frantisek Cáp
1957 Vacanze a Ischia Mario Camerini
1957 Souvenirs d'Italie (Souvenir d'Italie) Antonio Pietrangeli
1958 Afrodite, dea dell'amore Mario Bonnard
1958 Adorabili e bugiarde Nunzio Malasomma
1958 Young Husbands (Giovani mariti) Mauro Bolognini
1958 Amore a prima vista Franco Rossi
1959 L'amico del giaguaro Giuseppe Bennati
1959 Head of a Tyrant (Giuditta e Oloferne) Fernando Cerchio
1960 Vacanze in Argentina Guido Leoni
1960 From a Roman Balcony (La Giornata balorda) Mauro Bolognini
1961 The Last of the Vikings (L'ultimo dei Vikinghi) Giacomo Gentilomo and Mario Bava
1961 Vanina Vanini Roberto Rossellini
1961 The Invincible Gladiator (Il gladiatore invincibile) Alberto De Martino

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