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  Brigitte Bardot Picture, Profile, Gossip, and News at CelebrityWonder.com
Anti-racist group MRAP and the Human Rights League both said they were filing a complaint in court against Bardot for remarks made in her book A Scream In The Silence, where she wrote, I am against the Islamization of France.
In the interview, Bardot, 67, said she can never condone the South Korean habit of eating dogs, which she views as the best friend of humans.
Brigitte appears with all her sensuality and girls copy her style, her savagery, and shocking behavior.
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  Brigitte Bardot Relationships plus Brigitte Bardot and You
Brigitte Bardot tends to go to extremes to be different or to preserve her freedom, and her nature is rather thoughtless, impatient and restless.
Brigitte Bardot tends to deprive herself of pleasure, friendship, and love, either because she feels she does not deserve it or she thinks it is wrong to enjoy life too much.
Brigitte Bardot is apt to prefer solitude to being in uncomfortable relationships or social situations, and her shyness may be intense - especially when young.
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  Brigitte Bardot
Camille Javal is the birth name of the French actress Brigitte Bardot (born September 28, 1934) in Paris.
Bardot starred with Jean-Louis Trintignant in Vadim's film And God Created Woman, which pushed the boundaries of sex in film at the time, making her an overnight sensation.
In 1976 she established the Brigitte Bardot Foundation for the Protection of Distressed Animals.
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 BRIGITTE BARDOT FOUNDATION for the welfare and protection of animals
On September 28, 2006, day of its President's birthday, the Brigitte Bardot Foundation celebrated its 20 years of existence at the Marigny Robert Hossein's Theatre by organising a great press conference where more than 300 people were invited
The Fondation Brigitte Bardot has taken part in the Conference at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of wild fauna and flora (CITES).
The Foundation Brigitte Bardot multiplies the steps near the European and national institutions for a firm prohibition of the importation and trade of the products resulting from hunting for the seals.
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 Brigitte BARDOT : les sites dédiés à Brigitte BARDOT - Annuaire-Celebrite.com
L'enfance de Brigitte est sans histoire, malgré la guerre et les privations.
L'apparition de Brigitte Bardot en couverture du magazine "Elle" le 2 mai 1949 fut pour elle l'occasion de découvrir la carrière d'actrice de cinéma.
Découvrez de nombreux portraits de Brigitte BARDOT sur Stars-Portraits.com, le site des portraits de stars, peoples et célébrités, réalisés par de vrais artistes.
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 Brigitte Bardot MP3 Downloads - Brigitte Bardot Music Downloads - Brigitte Bardot Music Videos
Bardot's popularity with American audiences was unprecedented for a non-English speaking actress, and after Levy cut a reported $225,000 three-picture deal with Columbia for her services, she next starred in the sex romp Une Parisienne, followed by Vadim's Les Bijoutiers du Clair de Lune.
In 1960, Bardot released a pop music album, Inside Brigitte Bardot; several other LPs, including 1963's Brigitte Bardot Sings and 1968's Special Bardot, were to follow, and she scored a number of hit singles in tandem with the infamous singer/songwriter Serge Gainsbourg.
The picture was intended as Bardot's swan song, but she was quickly coerced out of retirement to star in Jean-Luc Godard's brilliant Le Mépris; while today recognized as a classic, at the time of its release the movie was the subject of very mixed reviews, with considerable editing required for release outside of France.
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 Brigitte Bardot Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brigitte Bardot (born September 28, 1934 in Paris) is a French actress and model, daughter of an industrialist.
Bardot's beauty and natural sensuality began to show as a teenager and in 1952, she appeared on screen for the first time in Le Trou Normand.
In particular the courts cited passages where Bardot referred to the "Islamization of France" and the "underground and dangerous infiltration of Islam." (France's 5-million member Muslim community is the largest in Europe.) In the book she also referred to homosexuals as "fairground freaks," and she condemns the presence of women in government.
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 VH1.com : Brigitte Bardot : Biography - Urge Music Downloads
Bardot's popularity with American audiences was unprecedented for a non-English speaking actress, and after Levy cut a reported $225,000 three-picture deal with Columbia for her services, she next starred in the sex romp Une Parisienne, followed by Vadim's Les Bijoutiers du Clair de Lune.
In 1960, Bardot released a pop music album, Inside Brigitte Bardot; several other LPs, including 1963's Brigitte Bardot Sings and 1968's Special Bardot, were to follow, and she scored a number of hit singles in tandem with the infamous singer/songwriter Serge Gainsbourg.
The picture was intended as Bardot's swan song, but she was quickly coerced out of retirement to star in Jean-Luc Godard's brilliant Le Mépris; while today recognized as a classic, at the time of its release the movie was the subject of very mixed reviews, with considerable editing required for release outside of France.
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The archetypal sex kitten, Brigitte Bardot was the first foreign-language star ever to attain a level of international success comparable to America's most popular homegrown talents.
Brigitte Bardot, the biggest international film star ever to come out of France, recorded almost 70 songs between 1962 and 1982.
Brigitte's mother encouraged her daughter to take up music and dance which she proved to be very adept at it.
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 Brigitte Bardot : Out printed back issues of collection
Brigitte Anne-Marie Bardot, born on September 28, 1934 in Paris, Frenchwoman, Brigitte Bardot was an actress and episodically singer, before giving up the artistic careers to devote itself to the cause of the defense of the animals.
Brigitte Bardot appears for the first time at the cinema in 1952, but it is with the realizer Roger Vadim, its first husband, that it reaches the tops of the celebrity in 1956 in "And God...
Brigitte Bardot married in third weddings the industrialist and German artist Gunter Sachs and, in fourth weddings, Bernard d' Ormale (member directing of the National Face).
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 Brigitte Bardot - Brigitte Bardot's Bizarre Recording Career
Bardot's records are a strange bunch, and none stranger than "Harley-Davidson" - the notoriously kitsch 1968 single for which she remains best known as a recording artist.
Bardot was appearing on record covers long before she first sang a note.
With Bardot on the cover, it was almost impossible for any artwork to look unattractive, but the close-up of her blonde hair on this LP was especially beguiling.
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 Brigitte Bardot
Bardot began studying ballet at the age of five, and at 13 she danced alongside Leslie Caron at the Conservatoire Nationale de Danse.
At 15, Bardot met her future first ex-husband Roger Vadim, and attempted suicide when her parents refused permission for her to marry until she was 18.
Bardot retired from films at 39, to focus on her love of animals and her increasingly odd political activism.
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 Biografia de Brigitte Bardot
Brigitte Bardot nació un 28 de septiembre de 1934 en París.
Brigitte representó un movimiento hacia la libertad femenina que acaparó los años 60 en Francia.
Brigitte poseía en su casa, La Mandrague, en la costa del Mediterráneo, una colección de animales recogidos o comprados a sus expropietarios, que los maltrataban: un asno, siete perros, sesenta gatos, tres cabras...
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 The Biography Channel - Brigitte Bardot Biography
Brigitte Bardot's mother encouraged her, from a young age, to take up music and dance and, by age 15, she was modelling for Elle magazine.
Brigitte continued to star in French films, which had to be dubbed into English to fulfil the American desire to see her on screen.
Brigitte has sought to take on other projects, such as becoming a spokesperson for animal rights.
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 Brigitte Bardot Trivia - Brigitte Bardot Facts - Brigitte Bardot Notes
Bardot was Marianne de France from 1970-1980, which is the bust of the most beautiful woman from the decade, and she is also the symbol of liberty and republic.
Brigitte is also know as BB and was known as "Bebe" in childhood.
Brigitte: (on lack of make-up in her old age) I prefer to be alive, to say what I have to say, than be a mask of reinforced concrete.
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 Brigitte Bardot / Saint-Tropez / Mas de Gigaro Rental Villa, La Croix Valmer   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the fifties and sixties, Brigitte Bardot was one of the most attractive and erotic women in the world.
Throughout her career, Brigitte Bardot started in fifteen films, became actively involved in animal rights and belonged to one of the greatest actresses ever to appear at the Cannes Film Festival.
Brigitte Bardot is widely regarded as the person who put Saint-Tropez on the map.
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 Signs of the Times - Brigitte Bardot's 'A Cry in the Silence'
Bardot described a constant depressive state, several secret abortions, an endless list of lovers and the frenzy she caused every time she set foot outside her house.
Bardot has railed for years against Islamic immigration -- France is home to some 5 million Muslims -- and in the late 1990s she was sued and convicted three times for published comments critical of Muslims.
The French have long considered Bardot more partial to animals than human beings, and according to a psychiatrist invited onto a recent three-hour TV program to discuss 'the Bardot case,' she is easy to explain.
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 Brigitte Bardot   (Site not responding. Last check: )
"Brigitte Bardot" (born "Camille Javal" on September 28, 1934) is a French actoractress, former fashion model, nationalist, singer, animal rights activist, and considered the embodiment of the 1950s and 1960s sex kitten.
Bardot was born in Paris to Anne-Marie Mucel and Charles "Pilou" Bardot, an industrialist.
The scene in which, returning to her flat, Bardot's character is harangued in the lift by a middle-aged cleaning-lady calling her a tramp and a tart was based on an actual incident, and is a resonant image of celebrity in the mid-20th century.
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 Brigitte Bardot , Celebrity profile, bio, biography
One of the leading animal rights activists in the world and the head of "Fondation Brigitte Bardot", which is a foundation dedicated to animal rights.
Bardot can be seen on the sleeve of the album "Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors" by former Marillion singer Fish.
Bardot starred with Trintignant in Vadim's film And God Created Woman, which pushed the boundaries of sex in film at the time, making her an overnight sensation.
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 Brigitte Bardot Causes Stir With Criticism of Muslims, Immigrants -- 05/19/2003
Bardot, who is 68 years old and married to a right-wing National Front party executive, writes in the book published this month that Muslims are "Islamizing France," that immigrants are trashing churches where they seek asylum and that homosexuals are "fairground freaks."
Bardot was convicted and fined several years ago for inciting racial hatred after she wrote an article criticizing the ritual sacrifice of sheep by Muslims during the Eid el-Kebir holiday.
Brigitte Bardot incarnated a French symbol and if she is allowed to make such racist comments, it will condone other expressions of racism in France," he said.
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 VDARE.com: 09/02/03 - Brigitte Bardot’s Cry In The Silence
In her recent book, A Cry in the Silence (Un cri dans le silence), sixties screen siren turned animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot complains of the gay rights movement, inveighs against the “Islamicization of France”, and warns of the consequences of unrestrained immigration.
Each chapter is organized around a simple juxtaposition: pastoral scenes from Bardot’s life among the animals—at some point in the early seventies, Bardot decided to give up acting in favor of animal rights—and whatever contemporary social problem she chooses to discuss in that chapter.
Bardot objects to aid being extended to illegal immigrants when so many French citizens are in need.
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 Brigitte Bardot - Biography - Moviefone
Born on September 28, 1934, in Paris, she was the daughter of a wealthy industrialist; while studying ballet, she was approached with the offer to begin modeling, and by 1950 her image had already graced the cover of Elle magazine.
After traveling to Britain to appear in 1955's Doctor at Sea, Bardot returned to France to begin work on her first starring role in 1956's La Lumiere d'en Face; the film's producer, Christine Gouze-Renal, subsequently became her mentor and handled her career for a number of years.
Bardot's popularity with American audiences was unprecedented for a non-English speaking actress, and after Levy cut a reported 225,000-dollar three-picture deal with Columbia for her services, she next starred in the sex romp Une Parisienne, followed by Vadim's Les Bijoutiers du Clair de Lune.
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 John Gilmore Celebrity Spotlight - Brigitte Bardot
Brigitte told me she could not talk in the crowded room, but what she had to say to me was a "matter of life and death." She was at the party with another woman who wore a fedora-style hat and long suede jacket.
As Bardot led me out of the main room, she told the woman to "stand in" for her and "chatter like a parrot." It took several minutes to get into the hall because people kept stopping Bardot, effusively talking to her and reaching for her hands.
Sagan said Brigitte had suddenly decided to marry the young actor, Jacques, and that they'd have the baby, though Sagan believed it was much to Bardot's inner dissatisfaction.
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 Brigitte Bardot hakkında biyografi bilgi Brigitte Bardot nedir ? Brigitte Bardot ile ilgili açıklama Brigitte Bardot
Brigitte Bardot hakkında biyografi bilgi Brigitte Bardot nedir ?
Bardot’un babasi bir mühendisti ve Bardot 15 yasina kadar babasina aile sirketinde yardim etti.
Sinemayi biraktiginda 40 yasinda olan Bardot, hayatini paparazzilerden kaçarak ve hayvan haklari savunuculugu yaparak geçiriyor.Güzel yildiz Roger Vadim’den sonra 1959’da Jacques Charrier ile, (1962’de ayrildilar)1966’da Gunter Sachs ile (1969’da ayrildilar) evlendi.
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 Brigitte Bardot planea mudarse a Suecia porque ser francesa le "da vergüenza"
Brigitte Bardot planea mudarse a Suecia porque ser francesa le "da vergüenza"
En una carta abierta dirigida hoy al primer ministro sueco, la actriz dice que la política de Francia en materia de protección a los animales la avergüenza, y que planea mudarse a Suecia por sentirse "mucho más cercana a la sensibilidad" de ese país.
Brigitte Bardot dirigió hoy una carta abierta al primer ministro de Suecia, en la que dice que planea mudarse a ese país por sentirse "mucho más cercana a la sensibilidad" en materia de protección a los animales.
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