Colette Deréal

Colette Deréal

Colette Deréal (born Colette Denise de Glarélial; 22 September 1927 – 12 April 1988) was a French actress and singer. Deréal was born in Saint-Cyr-l'École, Seine-et-Oise (now Yvelines), France. In 1961, Deréal represented Monaco in the Eurovision Song Contest 1961, with the song "Allons, allons les enfants" (Let's go, let's go children). Deréal finished joint tenth place with the Finnish entry "Valoa ikkunassa" (The lights in the window) sung by Laila Kinnunen and the Dutch entry "Wat een dag" (What a day) sung by Greetje Kauffeld, receiving six points. She died in Monaco. Source: Article "Colette Deréal" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.
    Known for
    Acting
    Place of birth
    Saint-Cyr-l'Ecole, Seine-et-Oise [now Yvelines], France
    Birthday
    9/22/1927
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Under the Sign of the Bull
6.5
This Man Is Dangerous
This Man Is Dangerous
5.8
What a Team!
0
The Motorcycle Cops
The Motorcycle Cops
5
Three of the Canebière
Three of the Canebière
3.3
Trois de la marine
Trois de la marine
3
Yours Truly, Blake
Yours Truly, Blake
6
The Lady and the Gipsy
The Lady and the Gipsy
0
The Red Cloak
The Red Cloak
0
Little Boy Lost
Little Boy Lost
7.7
The Sinners
The Sinners
6.1
The Convict
The Convict
5
Musique en tête
Musique en tête
0
Sergil Among the Girls
Sergil Among the Girls
2
This Age Without Pity
This Age Without Pity
0
Le Plus Heureux des trois
Le Plus Heureux des trois
0
The Happy Road
The Happy Road
5.6
Police Judiciaire
Police Judiciaire
5.5
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