What can we say about the remarkable French actor Andre Reybaz? This subtle, sexy actor had a celebrated career that lasted forty years from his first film in 1941 called Premier rendez-vous to his final bow in 1981's Dickie-roi as Le Comte de Saint-Nom in two episodes. He was born and raised in Paris, France where he also died in 1989 at the age of 59. He lived a full, colorful life in the most romantic city in the world, giving us pure sex and romance in everything he acted in. He's best known for playing Vincent de Paul in Mazarin (1978), Le president in Messieurs less jures (1975), Security Chief in Station Reasons (1978), Pierre Corneille in Moliere pour tire et pour pieurer (1973), Baron de Vergnas in The French Calvinists (1972), Le peer Simon in Are We All Murderers (1952), Jean Baudu in Shop Girls of Paris (1943), Bastien Bienvenu in Valley of Hell and so many more. He's well worth knowing, but we know him best for his role as the guard in the steamy short film Un Chant D'Amour (1950). This short black-and-white film was banned for homosexual content and it certainly delivered on that. It's 1950 in France and this prison film featured a lot of hot guys touching each other including Andre who is seen touching a naked prisoner. We see Andre's derriere in close-up shots as the two touch, give head, and kiss in a very passionate scene.