Career

Cinéma

1952. What Price Glory (John Ford)
1953. Ho scelto l’amore (Mario Zampi)
1954. Down Three Dark Streets (Arnold Laven)
1954. Drum Beat (Delmer Daves)
1955. The Rose Tattoo (Daniel Mann)
1956. Diane (David Miller)
1956. The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (Nunnally Johnson)
1957. The Midnight Story (Joseph Pevney)
1959. John Paul Jones  (John Farrow)
1959. Solomon and Sheba (King Vidor)
1961. Le puits aux trois vérités (François Villiers)
1973. L’évènement le plus important depuis que l’homme a marché sur la Lune (Jacques Demy)
1974. Antoine et Sébastien (Jean-Marie Périer)
2007. Chris & Don. A Love Story (Tina Mascara, Guido Santi)

Dramaturgy

31 July 1961 – Anatol
Author: Arthur Schnitzler
Mise-en-scène / Lyrics : Tom Jones
With Jean-Pierre Aumont and Jacques Aubuchon
Boston Center for the Arts

17 March 1962 – Rien pour Rien,  Charles Maitre
Detective comedy in 4 acts
Mise-en-scène & settings: Raymond Gérôme
With Jean Gaven, Raymond Gérôme and Jean Martinelli
Théâtre de l’Athénée-Louis-Jouvet

1965 – Gigi, Colette (Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette)
Broadway adaptation: Anita Loos
With Jean-Pierre Aumont
Elitch Theatre

End of the 1960s – Numerous tours with Jean-Pierre Aumont

  • “Persian Room” – Plaza Hotel, New York (New Jersey)
  • “Camellia House” – Drake Hotel, Chicago (Illinois)
  • Tours in Chicago (Illinois), Detroit (Michigan), Miami (Florida), New York (New Jersey)
  • Tour in Montreal (Quebec, Canada)
  • Tour in Mexico City (Mexico)

June and July 1969 – Carnival !, based on Lili (Charles Walters, 1953)
Broadway : David Merrick
Book : Michael Stewart
Music & lyrics : Bob Merrill
With Jean-Pierre Aumont
Melody Top Theater

1969 – Gog et Magog, Roger McDougall et Ted Allan

1972 – Nous Irons à Valparaiso, famous sailor song composed in 1811
Text : Marcel Achard
Mise-en-scène: Jacques-Henri Duval
With Jean-Pierre Aumont, Geneviève Grad, François Perrot, Richard Saint-Bris, Alain Hitier, Michel Beval, Jean Coste, France-Noëlle, Eddy Rasimi, André Dumas and Jean Sandrey
Stage settings: Claude Catulle
Théâtre des Célestins (Lyon, France)

Tours in France with Jean-Pierre Aumont thanks to the Galas Karsenty-Herbert

1984 – Trio, Kado Kostzer’s play co-produced and adapted by Marisa
Kansas City Repertory Theatre

Radio

United States – 1989 – Darlinghissima
Marisa is the producer

Albums

France

1958 – Je Ne Pourrais Jamais Quitter Paris
Orchestra & Direction : Franck Pourcel
4 songs :

  • Je ne pourrais jamais quitter Paris (Pierre Saka & André Lodge)
  • Je t’aime (Michèle Vendôme & Pierre Roche)
  • Pleure “Cry me a river” (Pierre Delanoë & Arthur Hamilton)
  • Croyez-moi (Eddy Marnay & Norman Maine)

Les industries musicales et électriques Pathé-Marconi « La Voix de son Maître » – Paris

1972 – On Avait Le Temps / Le Jour Attend Que Vienne L’Heure
Orchestra & Direction : Hervé Roy
2 songs :

  • – On Avait Le Temps (Jean-Pierre Lang)
  • – Le Jour Attend Que Vienne L’Heure “The Green Grass Starts to Grow” (Hal Davis – Burt Bacharach)

French version of Burt Bacharach’s hit (Adaptation : Pierre Delanoë)
AZ Company

Television

Fireside Theatre – The Wife Who Lived Twice (Frank Wisbar)
Studio One – Dominique (Franklin Schaffner)
Front Row Center – Meeting at Mayerling (Fletcher Markle)
MGM Parade – Episode #1.17 (Laslo Benedek, Leslie Fenton, David Miller, Jacques Tourneur)
MGM Parade – Episode #1.18 (David Greggory)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents – You Got to Have Luck (Robert Stevens)
The 28th Annual Academy Awards (George Seaton, William Bennington, Dick Schneider)
Arthur Murray Party – Episode #7.3
What’s My Line? – Marisa Pavan (Franklin Heller)
The Kaiser Aluminum Hour – Antigone (Franklin Schaffner)
ITV Television Playhouse – Chance Meeting (Leonard Brett)
Climax! – Keep Me in Mind (Paul Nickell)
The Frank Sinatra Show – The Man on the Stairs (Robert Florey)
Playhouse 90 – Target for Three (Robert Stevens)
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse – Come Back to Sorrento (James Sheldon)
Person to Person – Episode #7.10 (Bob Daily)
The 17th Annual Golden Globes Awards
Arthur Murray Party – Episode #11.16
The United States Steel Hour – Girl in the Gold Bathtub
(Allen Reisner)
Shangri-La (George Schaefer)
Here’s Hollywood – Episode #1.97
Naked City – Requiem for a Sunday Afternoon (Paul Nickell)
Naked City – No Naked Ladies in Front of Giovanni’s House! (Ralph Senensky)
Breaking Point – Bird and Snake (William A. Graham)
77 Sunset Strip – 5: Part 4 (William Conrad)
77 Sunset Strip – 5: The Conclusion (William Conrad)
Combat! – Ambush (Sutton Roley)
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre – A Wind of Hurricane Force (Ron Winston)
The F.B.I. – The Exiles (William A. Graham)
Court Martial – Vengeance Is Mine (Alvin Rakoff)
Seaway – Port of Call: Paradise (John Berry)
The Merv Griffin Show – Jean-Pierre Aumont, Marisa Pavan, Bruce Scott, A.E. Hotchner, Jerry Shayne
Today – Episode dated 15 July 1966
What’s My Line? – Marisa Pavan and Jean-Pierre Aumont (Franklin Heller)
The Hollywood Palace – Episode #4.11 (Joe Bigelow, Jay Burton)
Something Special – Jean Pierre Aumont and Marisa Pavan (Dick Ross)
The Diary of Anne Frank (Alex Segal)
Cutter’s Trail (Vincent McEveety)
He Said, She Said – Episode dated 27 March 1970
Samedi soir – Episode dated 3 April 1971 (Georges Folgoas)
Midi Trente – Episode dated 14 May 1973 (Jacques Brialy)
Arthur Hailey’s the Moneychangers – Part I / Part III (Boris Sagal)
Wonder Woman Formula 407 (Herb Wallerstein)
McMillan & Wife – Coffee, Tea, or Cyanide (James Sheldon)
Good Morning America – Episode dated 22 June 1977
Switch – Net Loss (Reza Badiyi)
The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald (Gordon Davidson, David Greene)
Hawaii Five-O – East Wind – Ill Wind (Reza Badiyi)
The Rockford Files – With the French Heel Back, Can the Nehru Jacket Be Far Behind? (Ivan Dixon)
La vie des autres – La Crétoise (Jean-Pierre Desagnat)
Stars – Episode #1.6
Stelle emigranti (Francesco Bortolini, Claudio Masenza)
Ryan’s Hope – 16 épisodes
Cinéma 16 – Johnny Monroe (Renaud Saint-Pierre)
Renseignements Généraux – Le Démon de Midi (Alain-Michel Blanc)
Haute Tension – Adieu Marin (Alain Schwartzstein)
Stars 90 – Spécial Saint-Valentin
Jean-Pierre Aumont, charme et fou-rires (Patty Villiers)
Hollywood, la vie rêvée de Lana Turner (Frédéric Mitterand)

Émission musicale avec Jean-Pierre Aumont sur la chaîne MBC (Middle East Broadcasting Center)
“An Evening with Jean-Pierre Aumont and Marisa Pavan”