The city of Deauville in France presents a selection of photographs taken by the actor Yul Brynner. Known for his roles in films like The Magnificent Seven and The Ten Commandments, the Russian-born Brynner lived for part of the year in Deauville. A resident of Paris between 1934 and 1941, he developed a passion for photography in 1956 and continued taking pictures until his death in 1985.
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