Marie Dubas

Marie Dubas, born September 3, 1894 – died February 21, 1972, was a music-hall singer and comedian. Her most famous song, Mon légionnaire, was written by Raymond Asso and recorded in 1936. The inspiration for Édith Piaf, Marie Dubas returned to performing and in 1954 was chosen as a headliner for the reopening of the Paris Olympia. Marie Dubas retired in 1958. She died in Paris in 1972 and was interred there in the Père Lachaise Cemetery. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.