Famous for his many film roles in the 1950s and 1960s, actor Jean Panisse died on the night of December 31 in January 1 at the age of 92, informs France 3 PACA. Sick of Covid-19, he had been hospitalized ten days ago but returned to his retirement home in Marseille on Wednesday, where he passed away.

Jean Panisse has played in around fifty films and is remembered for his role of Eliacin in Manon des Sources (1952), by Marcel Pagnol, and in particular the cult scene “I want my water”.

Alongside the greatest actors of his time (Fernandel, Belmondo, Ventura, De Funès. . . ), he played many supporting roles as in Le gendarme de Saint-Tropez (1964), Don’t get angry (1966) or Borsalino (1970). His last appearance was in 2004, during an episode of the series Plus Belle La Vie.

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Manon des Sources, Jean Panisse

News – FR – Death of Jean Panisse, actor in “Manon des Sources” by Marcel Pagnol

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