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  • She helped launch the career of Charles Aznavour in the early 1950s, taking him on tour with her in France and the United States and recording some of his songs.Édith Piaf-Wikipedia
  • Clark entertained for more than 90 minutes and introduced five new songs, one of which she had recently written with friend Charles Aznavour.Petula Clark-Wikipedia
  • Following the success of The 400 Blows, Truffaut featured disjunctive editing and seemingly random voiceovers in his next film, Shoot the Piano Player (1960), starring Charles Aznavour.François Truffaut-Wikipedia
  • In 1951, Piaf was seriously injured in a car crash along with Charles Aznavour, breaking her arm and two ribs, and thereafter had serious difficulties arising from morphine and alcohol addictions.Édith Piaf-Wikipedia
  • Her close friendship with French pop singer Charles Aznavour has been described by Aznavour as "more than friends and less than lovers."Liza Minnelli-Wikipedia
  • Charles Aznavour recalled that Piaf's funeral procession was the only time since the end of World War II that he saw Parisian traffic come to a complete stop.Édith Piaf-Wikipedia

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