Before Nicole Kidman came along, French actress Suzanne Flon starred in "Moulin Rouge"--in 1952. With the famous burlesque house as a backdrop, the comely actress played a suicidal mistress with whom painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (José Ferrer) can't help but fall in love. The film received plenty of positive reception and was nominated for Best Picture at the 1952 Academy Awards. Flon was later featured in Orson Welles' 1962 Kafka adaptation, "The Trial", playing Miss Pittl, and in 1964's "The Train", she portrayed a museum curator who plays an instrumental role in struggling to get hundreds of pieces of stolen art back. She earned her first César Award for Best Supporting Actress, back in her home of France, for her portrayal of the deaf aunt in the French thriller "One Deadly Summer" which, along with ingenue Isabelle Adjani's smoldering presence, helped the movie become a major success at the box office.