Synonyms for raimbourg or Related words with raimbourg

guitteny              callamand              chevit              rignault              balutin              mauloy              freimuller              cressoy              maupi              labaudt              dacqmine              dulfan              cossou              beneyton              maciora              perniceni              bouraly              guisol              larquey              mourioux              charvey              paulais              chamarat              sernas              virlojeux              charbonniaud              peltierjulien              gassot              elmosnino              marthouret              jeannol              meslot              mathou              leflochmoan              dessemme              frankeur              decomble              ceccaldi              lochet              rougeron              nicouleau              verbustel              caussimon              dumolard              porel              bourgoignie              rouve              arpaillange              florencie              oboukhoff             



Examples of "raimbourg"
Dominique Raimbourg (born April 28, 1950) is a member of the National Assembly of France. He represents the Loire-Atlantique department, and is a member of the Socialiste, radical, citoyen et divers gauche.
André Bourvil, born André Robert Raimbourg (; 27 July 1917, Prétot-Vicquemare, France – 23 September 1970, Paris), often known mononymously as Bourvil, was a French actor and singer best known for his roles in comedy films, most notably in his collaboration with Louis de Funès in the films "Le Corniaud" (1965) and "La Grande Vadrouille" (1966). For his performance in "Le Corniaud", he won a Special Diploma at the 4th Moscow International Film Festival.
The cast comprised Pierre Latour (Estragon), Lucien Raimbourg (Vladimir), Jean Martin (Lucky) and Roger Blin (Pozzo). The actor due to play Pozzo found a more remunerative role and so the director – a shy, lean man in real life – had to step in and play the stout bombaster himself with a pillow amplifying his stomach. Both boys were played by Serge Lecointe. The entire production was done on the thinnest of shoestring budgets; the large battered valise that Martin carried "was found among the city's refuse by the husband of the theatre dresser on his rounds as he worked clearing the dustbins," for example.
A young woman named Lisa Müller (Erika Blanc) also comes to stay at the castle and proceeds to seduce each tourist according to their own personal weaknesses, then kills them, using their own sin against them. Each tourist is a representative of one of the Seven Deadly Sins. Matt Ducard (Christian Maillet) represents Gluttony and dies by choking to death while gorging on food and wine. Nancy (Colette Emmanuelle) dies representing Greed by drowning in a hidden treasure hoard of powdered gold. Howard (Lorenzo Terzon), representing Envy, and Corrine (Ivana Novak), embodying Lust, are murdered while in the middle of an adulterous tryst. Wrathful old Mr Mason (Lucien Raimbourg) is thrown out of a window. Regine (Shirley Corrigan) dies as Sloth when a snake kills her in her sleep. Only the seminarian, Alvin Sorelle (Jacques Monseau) as Pride, seems immune to Lisa's seductive charms. When six of the seven tourists are dead, Satan appears to Alvin. Alvin offers his soul if Satan will return the dead tourists to life, to which Satan agrees. The next morning, Alvin awakes to find that the dead tourists have indeed been returned to life as though the previous night's events never happened and are having breakfast before they set out to continue their trip. Even Alvin himself remembers it as only a dream.