Angeline Dickinson (born September 30, 1931) is an American television and film actress. She was born in Kulm, North Dakota. She is probably best known for playing Sergeant Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson on Police Woman. She was married for some years to Burt Bacharach.
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Her credits include:. Films:. She was married for some years to Burt Bacharach. Some of Fréhel's best known songs:. She is probably best known for playing Sergeant Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson on Police Woman. She was interred in the Cimetière de Pantin, in Paris. She was born in Kulm, North Dakota. She never found the love she had sought for so long and died in 1951, a wretched drunk, alone in a hotel in Pigalle.
Angeline Dickinson (born September 30, 1931) is an American television and film actress. Despite being one of Europe's most sought after performers, her destructive addictions led to her dropping out of sight for years. Rio Bravo (1959). Of all her songs, her 1939 "La Java Bleue," with music by Vincent Scotto, proved her most popular. Ocean's Eleven (1960). While her alcohol abuse continued, she nevertheless was a major show business force of 1930s France. Police Woman (1974 - 1978) TV Series. The most notable films in which she performed were 1931's De Coeur des Lilas, based on the Tristan Bernard play, and Pépé le Moko that starred Jean Gabin.
Dial M for Murder (1981) (TV). In the 1930s, she appeared in several motion pictures, almost always portraying a singer in a minor or supporting role. Sabrina (1995). Part of what is now referred to as the bal musette, Fréhel often sang accompanied by pipes and/or an accordian player. Pay It Forward (2000). Singing as Fréhel, at the Paris Olympia in 1924 she recaptured the former magic with a powerful performance and was soon headlining at the most popular venues in the country. She then signalled a new beginning by switching to the stage name "Fréhel," taking the name from Cap Fréhel in Brittany where her parents had been born.
Lost in a world of alcohol and drugs, she returned to Paris in 1923 to a shocked public that saw the wasted shadow of the singer they had known and loved. Following her failed suicide attempt, in 1911 Marguerite Boulc'h tried to escape her pain and travelled to Bucharest, Turkey and then to Russia where she remained for more than ten years. Their marriage did not last long and Boulc'h's husband left her for the Parisian singer, Damia. Fréhel then began a relationship with Maurice Chevalier but that too did not last long and after he left her for the much older megastar Mistinguett, the distraught girl, still only 19 years old, attempted suicide. She began performing under the stage name "Pervenche" and soon met and married Robert Hollard, a performer who used the nom de guerre "Roberty." Alcohol entered her life at an early age and her drinking became a problem for her husband.
In her teens she got a break when she met one of the female music-hall performers who heard her sing and introduced her to show business promoters. Born in Paris, France to a poor and dysfunctional family, Marguerite Boulc'h was a child left to a life on the streets in the dark side of Paris. Fréhel, born Marguerite Boulc'h on July 14, 1891 – died February 3, 1951, was a French singer and actress. La Rue sans joie (1938).
L'Innocent (1937). Pépé le Moko (1937). Le roman d'un tricheur (1936). La Rue sans nom (1934).
De Coeur des Lilas (1931). La java bleue (1939). La der des der (1939). Tel qu'il est (1936).
Où sont tous mes amants (1935). A la dérive (1932). Où est-il donc? (1926). Comme un moineau (1925).