Actress Madeleine Lebeau died on May 1 at the age of 92 years . she died in Spain, particularly in Estepona where the actress lived for a while.

The Legendery 'Casablanca' directed by Michael Curtiz in 1942 has already been no living witnesses of the process of filming one of the excellent films. Actress Madeleine Lebeau died on May 1 at the age of 92 years . she died in Spain, particularly in Estepona where the actress lived for a while.

In the film Michael Curtiz gave life to a jilted lover character of Humphrey Bogart , and was one of the faces emotionally affected during the miraculous moment of La Marseillaise. Before that she had appeared in one of the great romantic dramas, Hold Back Down directed by Mitchell Leisen in 1941 and the boxing drama with Errol Flynn Gentleman Jim directed by Raoul Walsh in 1942.

After staying in the United States Lebeau, a native of France, she returned to Europe where she worked for directors like Federico Fellini in '8 1/2' in (1963), and even León Klimovsky , in 'The impish molinera' 1955, next to Carmen Sevilla . Her last film role is in 'Around' by José Luis Madrid in 1965.

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