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Florence Blot is a Actor French born on 24 august 1912 at Paris (France)

Florence Blot

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Birth name Marguerite Louise Léontine Digneffe
Nationality France
Birth 24 august 1912 at Paris (France)
Death 9 october 1994 (at 82 years)

Florence Blot, de son vrai nom Marguerite Louise Léontine Digneffe, est une actrice française née le 24 août 1912 dans le 1er arrondissement de Paris et morte le 9 octobre 1994 à Saint-Maurice (Val-de-Marne).

Biography

Sa voix particulière, ainsi que ses mimiques, lui valent de nombreux petits rôles de femme bavarde, voire acariâtre, comme dans Jo de Jean Girault, avec Louis de Funès, où elle joue M Cramusel, une employée d'agence immobilière, ou dans Fantômas se déchaîne où elle campe une passagère contrariée dans le train Paris-Rome.

À la télévision, elle apparaît à plusieurs reprises dans la série Les Cinq Dernières Minutes avec Raymond Souplex et dans Au théâtre ce soir de Pierre Sabbagh.

Florence Blot tournera dans la publicité pour la marque Paic citron (« Avec Paic citron, la vaisselle étincelle ! »), à la télévision pendant de nombreuses années.

Elle est inhumée au cimetière parisien de Bagneux (Hauts-de-Seine).

Usually with

Noël Roquevert
Noël Roquevert
(12 films)
Albert Michel
Albert Michel
(9 films)
Max Montavon
Max Montavon
(8 films)
Jean Girault
Jean Girault
(6 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Florence Blot (45 films)

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Actress

Gros Dégueulasse, 1h28
Directed by Bruno Zincone
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Actors Maurice Risch, Martin Lamotte, Valérie Mairesse, France Dougnac, Dora Doll, Françoise Dorner
Roles La vieille dame dans l'escalier
Rating46% 2.305682.305682.305682.305682.30568
Un homme gros et dégueulasse est rejeté par la société… Une adaptation au vitriol de la célèbre BD de Reiser.
La Flambeuse, 1h35
Directed by Rachel Weinberg
Origin France
Genres Drama
Actors Lea Massari, Laurent Terzieff, Gérard Blain, Évelyne Dress, Didier Sauvegrain, Gabriel Jabbour
Roles Adélaïde
Rating61% 3.0837653.0837653.0837653.0837653.083765
Une mere de famille qui s'ennuie decouvre l'ambiance des bistrots et du poker.
Touch' pas à mon biniou, 1h24
Directed by Bernard Launois, Serge Meynard
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Actors Sim, Henri Génès, Florence Blot, Gérard Croce, Jeannette Batti, Nicole Pescheux
Roles Mademoiselle Kerlouette
Rating46% 2.3207252.3207252.3207252.3207252.320725
Hôtelier de son état, Gaëtan (Sim) veut accumuler assez d'argent pour pouvoir partir à Paris afin d'assister à un championnat de belote. Il est donc prêt à toutes les combines pour gagner de l'argent, qu'il cachera dans son biniou.
Ça fait tilt, 1h28
Directed by André Hunebelle
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Actors Eleonora Giorgi, Bernard Ménez, Jacques Morel, Claude Nicot, Michel Constantin, Yoko Tani
Roles Florence

Le directeur d'un théâtre emmène son auteur se changer les idées pour qu'il finisse enfin la pièce qu'il attend. Pour lui donner de l'inspiration, il fait intervenir une comédienne pour le séduire, mais évidemment tout ne va pas se passer comme prévu...
The Tenant
The Tenant (1976)
, 2h5
Directed by Roman Polanski
Origin France
Genres Drama, Thriller, Fantasy, Horror
Themes Films about sexuality, Films about suicide, LGBT-related films, Transgender in film, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Cross-dressing in film
Actors Isabelle Adjani, Melvyn Douglas, Jo Van Fleet, Bernard Fresson, Lila Kedrova, Claude Dauphin
Roles madame Zy
Rating77% 3.850173.850173.850173.850173.85017
Trelkovsky (Roman Polanski), a quiet and unassuming man, rents an apartment in Paris whose previous tenant, Egyptologist Simone Choule, attempted to commit suicide by throwing herself out the window and through a pane of glass below. He visits Choule in the hospital but finds her entirely in bandages and unable to talk. Whilst still at Choule's bedside, Trelkovsky meets Simone's friend, Stella (Isabelle Adjani), who has also come to visit. Stella begins talking to Simone, who becomes aware of her visitors. Initially showing some signs of agitation upon seeing them, Choule soon lets out a disturbing cry, then dies. It isn't clear which of the two has caused this reaction. Apparently unaware that Choule is now dead, Trelkovsky tries to comfort Stella but dares not say that he never knew Simone, instead pretending to be another friend. They leave together and go out for a drink and a movie (1973's Enter The Dragon), where they fondle each other. Outside the theatre they part ways.
Bartleby
Bartleby (1976)
, 1h36
Directed by Maurice Ronet
Origin France
Genres Drama
Actors Michael Lonsdale, Maxence Mailfort, Maurice Biraud, Dominique Zardi, Hubert Deschamps, Albert Michel
Roles La femme de ménage
Rating76% 3.8262553.8262553.8262553.8262553.826255
Bartleby is a loner who gets hired as a clerk when a lawyer is deperate to find a reliable assistant. Unfortunately Bartleby isn't happy with his work. He falls into passivity and depression. When the law office moves, Bartleby prefers to stay in the abandoned rooms. People get fascinated his strange behaviour.
Cool, Calm and Collected, 1h47
Directed by Bertrand Blier, Michel Leroy
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Themes Cooking films, Films about sexuality, Transport films, Erotic films, Rail transport films, Film se déroulant dans un train
Actors Jean-Pierre Marielle, Jean Rochefort, Bernard Blier, Brigitte Fossey, Claude Piéplu, Gérard Jugnot
Roles une gardienne
Rating66% 3.3412053.3412053.3412053.3412053.341205
Two men, fortyish, worn out by their wives, abandon everything to go and live in the back of beyond. There they meet a truculent priest, a boozer, Émile (Bernard Blier) who recalls them to life's simple pleasures. Calm is what they want. But soon their example inspires thousands of disorientated males, fleeing the feminist 1970s. Soon, too, there arrives a squadron of nymphomaniac Amazons.
The Big Store, 1h20
Directed by Claude Zidi, Denys Granier-Deferre
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Themes La banlieue française, Films about the labor movement
Actors Gérard Rinaldi, Jean-Guy Fechner, Michel Galabru, Michel Serrault, Jean Sarrus, Gérard Filippelli
Roles Mme Boni
Rating62% 3.1116053.1116053.1116053.1116053.111605
Jean, Phil, Gérard et Jean-Guy sont quatre copains qui habitent la même barre HLM. Ils préfèrent passer leur temps dans le bistrot d'Émile plutôt que d'aller travailler dans l'usine de tondeuse à gazon et quand ils vont au travail, ils ne tardent pas à se faire renvoyer à cause de leur manque de professionnalisme. Émile les aidera à retrouver du boulot et quand lui-même sera menacé par la concurrence du supermarché voisin "Euromarché", les quatre amis n'hésiteront pas à l'aider...n'hésitant pas à voler des marchandises dans le "grand bazar" pour alimenter le petit fonds de commerce.
Now Where Did the Seventh Company Get to?, 1h35
Directed by Robert Lamoureux
Origin France
Genres War, Comedy, Action
Themes Military humor in film, Transport films, Aviation films, Histoire de France, L'Occupation allemande en France
Actors Pierre Mondy, Jean Lefebvre, Aldo Maccione, Robert Lamoureux, Pierre Tornade, Marcelle Ranson-Hervé
Roles la doctoresse
Rating69% 3.4585153.4585153.4585153.4585153.458515
During the Battle of France, while the German forces are rapidly spreading across the country, the 7th Transmission Company suffers an air raid near the Machecoul wood, but survive and hide in the wood. Captain Dumont, the company commander, sends three of his men—Louis Chaudard, Pithiviers and Tassin—to scout the area. After burying the radio cable beneath a sandy road, the little squad crosses the field, climbs a nearby hill, and takes position within a wall-covered area, which happens to be a cemetery. One of the men who was cutting down trees for camouflage hits the wrong tree, pulling up the radio cable from the sandy road and revealing it to the passing German infantry. The Germans cut the cable, surround the woods, and order a puzzled 7th Company to surrender. During that time, Chaudard and his friends, who spotted the Germans, try without success (due to the cut cable) to contact and join their unit. They can only witness their comrades' capture and decide to run away.
Jo
Jo (1971)
, 1h25
Directed by Jean Girault
Origin France
Genres Comedy, Comedy thriller, Crime
Themes Théâtre, Films based on plays
Actors Louis de Funès, Claude Gensac, Michel Galabru, Bernard Blier, Ferdy Mayne, Florence Blot
Roles Madame Cramusel
Rating71% 3.594093.594093.594093.594093.59409
Antoine Brisebard, a famous comedy playwright, is struggling with financial difficulties and is preparing to sell his country villa to an English couple. What no one knows, however, is that Brisebard is actually a victim of blackmail since his wife Sylvie, a famous actress, is the daughter of a notorious robber-murderer. His extortionist is a malevolent criminal only known as Jo, who visits him often to pick up his hush money. But faced with certain ruin, Brisebard is preparing to do away with Jo once and for all, planning his deed under the guise of him trying to write the script for a crime play and consulting his friend, attorney Colas, for ideas of how to efficiently get rid of the body. He finally takes up the offer of one Tonelotti to erect a garden pavilion, whose foundation would provide the ideal hiding place for the corpse.
To Die of Love, 1h50
Directed by André Cayatte
Origin France
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about sexuality, Films about suicide, La sexualité des mineurs
Actors Annie Girardot, Bruno Pradal, François Simon, Claude Cerval, Jean-Paul Moulinot, Jean Bouise
Roles l'avocate
Rating68% 3.430563.430563.430563.430563.43056
It's a love story between a teacher, Danièle, and one of her pupils, Gérard, during the heat of the Mai 68 events. Danièle is a young militant woman, very active during this political fever. Gérard's parents make a complaint, Danièle is arrested, and the drama begins.
Les combinards, 1h7
Directed by Jean-Claude Roy, Riccardo Pazzaglia
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Actors Darry Cowl, Michel Serrault, Jacques Bernard, Agnès Spaak, Maria Pacôme, Noël Roquevert
Roles La femme qui trouve un mot doux dans son pain d'épices
Rating47% 2.363762.363762.363762.363762.36376
Le film contient deux courts métrages sous la forme de citations et un moyen métrage de 45 minutes :
Fantomas Unleashed, 1h39
Directed by André Hunebelle, Jacques Besnard
Origin France
Genres Comedy, Comedy thriller, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Crime
Actors Jean Marais, Louis de Funès, Mylène Demongeot, Jacques Dynam, Robert Dalban, Marie-Hélène Arnaud
Roles la dame qui attend devant les toilettes du train
Rating68% 3.441673.441673.441673.441673.44167
In the second episode of the trilogy Fantômas kidnaps distinguished scientist professor Marchand with the aim to develop a super weapon that will enable him to menace the world. Fantômas is also planning to abduct a second scientist, professor Lefebvre. Journalist Fandor develops an ingenious scheme whereby he disguises himself as Lefebvre and attends a scientific conference in Rome, Italy to lure Fantômas into attempting to kidnap him.