|Birth Date||:||21 November 1907|
|Birth Place||:||Le Carbet, Martinique|
Mathilda Marie Berthilde Paruta, better known as Darling Légitimus, was a French actress. In 1983, she received the Volpi Cup for Best Actress for her performance in the film Sugar Cane Alley.
5 % de risques [2 July 1980 (France)]
A man plans a murder to test a hypothesis.
A Friend Will Come Tonight [10 April 1946]
A Friend Will Come Tonight is a 1946 French drama film directed by Raymond Bernard and starring Michel Simon, Madeleine Sologne and Paul Bernard. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Gys.
Bouboule 1er, roi nègre [Léon Mathot]
Bouboule Ier, roi nègre 
Boulevard du Rhum [13 September 1956 (Italy)]
Mio figlio Nerone, released in the US as Nero's Mistress is a 1956 Italian historical comedy film directed by Steno and starring Alberto Sordi, Vittorio De Sica, Gloria Swanson and Brigitte Bardot, with cinematography by Mario Bava. It depicts a visit by the Roman Emperor Nero and his entourage to a coastal villa.
Casimir [7 April 1950]
Casimir is a 1950 French comedy film directed by Richard Pottier and starring Fernandel, Germaine Montero and Bernard La Jarrige.
Comment qu'elle est ? 
Cry of the Cormoran [19 February 1971 (France)]
Flesh and the Woman [12 April 1954]
Flesh and the Woman is a 1954 French-Italian drama film directed by Robert Siodmak. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival. It was released in the USA under the title Flesh and the Woman, and in the UK as The Card of Fate. It is a remake of the 1934 film Le Grand Jeu.
House on the Waterfront [15 April 1955]
A salvage expert finds himself involved in a missing persons case after a young woman asks for his help in locating her sister.
La Bande du Rex [30 April 1980]
La dernière bourrée à Paris [31 October 1973 (France)]
La dernière bourrée à Paris is a 1973 French comedy film, directed by Raoul André.
La Poupée [7 November 1962 (France)]
La Poupée is a 1962 French-Italian science fiction film directed by Jacques Baratier. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival.
La Redevance du fantôme 
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.
Le Bateau à soupe 
Le Chemin de Damas 
Les Trois Cousines 
Les vécés étaient fermés de l'intérieur [7 January 1976 (France)]
A commisioner and his assistant lead the investigation of a subway conductor found murdered in the bathroom locked from the inside.
Les Verts Pâturages 
Napoléon [25 March 1955 (France)]
Diplomat Talleyrand (Sacha Guitry) reminisces about Napoleon Bonaparte's life upon learning that the legendary ruler has died. Talleyrand tells of a young Napoleon (Daniel Gélin) who rises to power through guile and courage, eventually becoming emperor of France. Later, an older and more jaded Napoleon (Raymond Pellegrin) wonders what all his accomplishments mean, now that he must face constant political squabbles and, eventually, exile and imprisonment.… MORE
O Madiana [3 May 1979]
Pearls of the Crown [11 April 1938 (USA)]
French writer Jean Martin, an English royal equerry and a papal chamberlain narrate the journey of four valuable pearls. These pearls have been passed on hand-to-hand over several centuries.
Sugar Cane Alley [1 September 1983]
In the French colony of Martinique in the 1930s, rambunctious teenager Jose (Garry Cadenat) lives in a rundown shack in a small farm village with his doting grandmother, M'Man Tine (Darling Legitimus). While studying diligently at the local school, Jose also learns at the side of wise village elder Medouze (Douta Seck), who tells him first-hand of the lives of African slaves. When Jose wins a scholarship to a prestigious high school in the capital, he brings the wisdom of the village with him.… MORE
The Crucible [27 November 1996 (USA)]
After married man John Proctor (Daniel Day-Lewis) decides to break off his affair with his young lover, Abigail Williams (Winona Ryder), she leads other local girls in an occult rite to wish death upon his wife, Elizabeth (Joan Allen). When the ritual is discovered, the girls are brought to trial. Accusations begin to fly, and a literal witch hunt gets underway. Before long, Elizabeth is suspected of witchcraft, and John's attempt to defend her only makes matters worse.… MORE
The Fire Within [31 December 1964]
This movie features the lives and stories of three different people, which are linked together to an unusual car, a yellow Rolls Royce.
The Wages of Fear [22 April 1953 (Italy)]
Four men, who can't afford their airfare to cross a deserted South American village, agree to transport a dangerous explosive, nitroglycerin, on a teetering road for higher wages.
Un Missionnaire 
A Missionary is a 1955 French drama film directed by Maurice Cloche and starring Yves Massard, Marie-France Planeze and René Blancard. It was shot in Guinea and Cameroon. The film is in Eastmancolor.
- 21 November 1907.
- Le Carbet, Martinique.