1. Maurice Chevalier made his debut as a Parisian cafe singer in 1901.
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3. Maurice Chevalier signed the anti-nuclear Stockholm Appeal in 1951 and was put on a watch list by the US State Department.
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5. Maurice Chevalier was born on 12 September 1888 in Paris, France.
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6. Maurice Chevalier was teamed with Jeanette MacDonald in one of the most sophisticated movie musicals made in Hollywood.
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8. At the height of the Great Depression Maurice Chevalier was earning $20,000 a week as a contract player with Paramount.
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11. Maurice Chevalier died in Paris on New Year's Day of 1972, at age 83.
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20. In 1954, after the McCarthy era abated Maurice Chevalier was welcomed back in the United States.
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26. Maurice Chevalier signed a contract with Paramount Pictures and played his first American role in Innocents of Paris.
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29. Maurice Chevalier discovered jazz and ragtime and started thinking about touring the United States.
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30. In 1917, Maurice Chevalier became a star in le Casino de Paris and played before British soldiers and Americans.
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