Gisele pascal dating
Pascal also appeared in Si Versailles m'était conté (Fabulous Versailles, 1954) and Si Paris nous était conté (If Paris Were Told to Us, 1956), two huge "crash-course in French history" productions directed by Sacha Guitry, and opposite Jean Marais in Le Masque de fer (The Iron Mask, 1962).
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For a time, the couple openly shared a villa in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat on the French Riviera when she wasn't away in Paris filming.
There was even talk of marriage but, when Rainier ascended to the throne of the tiny principality in 1949 after the death of his father, Prince Louis II, his relationship with Pascal came under increasing pressure and eventually floundered.
She was born Giselle Marie Madeleine Tallone in 1921, studied shorthand and typing and intended to become a secretary, but she also attended dance classes, which came in handy when she later starred in the musical comedies Amour, Délices et orgues (also known as Collège Swing, 1947), Véronique (1949) and Boum sur Paris (1954).
She was spotted by the film director Marc Allégret, who recommended her to both Claude Dauphin, with whom she made her stage début, and cast her in L'Arlésienne with Raimu, who loved her Provençal accent.