Catherine Sola was a French film and television actress
|Birth Date||:||19 January 1941|
|Birth Place||:||Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, France|
A Ferrari for two 
A Vampire in Paradise 
Adieu l'ami [14 August 1968 (France)]
Two mercenaries (Alain Delon, Charles Bronson) back from Algeria are framed by two con women for a robbery in Marseille.
Assassin in the Phonebook [2 March 1962]
Bajo el sol de África 
Ciel d'orage [Paolo Barzman]
Deadly Summer 
Unforeseen consequences ensue when a man (Bob Peck) invites his neighbors to stay with him and his family for the season.
Délit mineur [23 March 1994]
Du soleil plein les yeux 
Emma - Première mission [Arnaud Sélignac]
Frequent Death [30 March 1988]
Frequent Death is a 1988 French crime film directed by Élisabeth Rappeneau. It is based on Stuart M. Kaminsky's 1983 novel When the Dark Man Calls.
Je connais une blonde [Georges Folgoas]
La Belle Américaine 
Marcel, a factory worker, experiences a series of misadventures in his life after purchasing a beautiful American car from a vengeful widow.
La Route [Pierre Cardinal]
Last Tango in Paris [15 December 1972 (Rome)]
Paul, who is mourning the death of his wife, meets a young Parisian woman, Jeanne, and get into a clandestine relationship. He puts his life in danger when he shares his personal details with her.
Les 2 papas et la maman [Jean-Marc Longval, Smaïn]
Les Baisers 
Les Corbeaux [Régis Musset]
Les Deux papas et la maman 
A Parisian couple who are unable to conceive ask the husband's best friend to be a sperm donor.
Milena [2 November 1991 (South Korea)]
A European (Valérie Kaprisky) becomes a wartime journalist, works for humanist causes and meets Franz Kafka.
Moonlight in Maubeuge [19 December 1962]
Moonlight in Maubeuge, is a French comedy film from 1962, directed by Jean Chérasse, written by Claude Choublier, starring Claude Brasseur and Louis de Funès. The film was known under the title Moonlight in Maubeuge.
Star-crossed lovers (Gérard Lanvin, Charlotte Gainsbourg), meeting again after a long separation, encounter tragedy.
Pezsgős gyilkosságok [Claude Chabrol]
Portraits Chinois 
A flat-warming party of the Left Bank of Paris brings together, among others, Ada, Lise and Nina. In an inimate, emotional look at their secret personal and professional ties, jealousies and loves bind and divide them while each believes themselves true to only themselves.
Rue Des Plaisirs [13 February 2002]
Raised in a French brothel, a young man (Patrick Timsit) falls in love with a prostitute (Laetitia Casta) during World War II.
Stand By [26 July 2000]
A woman (Dominique Blanc) remains in an airport after her husband (Patrick Catalifo) announces he wants a divorce, just before they are to board a plane.
Sweet Movie [12 June 1974 (France)]
The winner (Carole Laure) of the Miss World Virginity contest marries, escapes from her masochistic husband and ends up involved in a world of debauchery.
The Black Monocle [29 August 1961 (France)]
The Black Monocle is a 1961 French comedy crime film directed by Georges Lautner and starring Paul Meurisse, Elga Andersen and Bernard Blier. It was followed by two sequels The Eye of the Monocle and The Monocle Laughs.
The Champagne Murders [31 March 1967 (France)]
A scandalized French champagne tycoon (Maurice Ronet) suspects his U.S. partner's (Yvonne Furneaux) gigolo husband (Anthony Perkins).
The Counterfeit Constable [21 November 1966 (New York)]
A fib is the first premarital problem created by a hapless Frenchman fated to commit several more before his wedding.
The First Man [20 April 2012 (Italy)]
A writer returns to Algeria and remembers his childhood and his encounter with a teacher.
The New Aristrocrats 
The Sicilian Clan [1 December 1969]
A convicted murderer sprung from prison by a Sicilian clan headed by an aging mobster conspire to steal a large cache of jewels from an exhibit in Rome. While planning the heist, a dogged inspector uses all available resources to capture them.
The Trip to Biarritz [15 March 1963]
The Trip to Biarritz is a 1963 French-Italian comedy film directed by Gilles Grangier and starring Fernandel, Michel Galabru and Rellys.
Vacances en enfer 
- 19 January 1941.
- Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, France.