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Common name for actress Françoise/Francoise Pascal
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorT!M
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I've been looking into the common name for actress Françoise/Francoise Pascal.

FRANÇOISE PASCAL (8 titles, 6 confirmed, 33 profiles)
- The Brothers: The Complete Series 6
- Burke & Hare (confirmed by Nosferatu and GSyren)
- Dick Emery: The Thames Television Specials
- Mind Your Language: Series One (confirmed by T!M)
- Mind Your Language: Series Two (confirmed by T!M)
- Mind Your Language: Series Three (confirmed by T!M)
- La rose de fer (confirmed by Nosferatu)
- Soft Beds, Hard Battles (confirmed by GSyren)

FRANCOISE PASCAL (8 titles, 7 confirmed, 20 profiles)
- Keep It up Downstairs (confirmed by T!M)
- Loving Feeling (confirmed by T!M)
- Napoleon and Love: The Complete Series
- Respectable: The Mary Millington Story (confirmed by Nosferatu)
- The Rolling Stones: Sympathy for the Devil / One + One (confirmed by T!M)
- School for Sex (confirmed by T!M)
- There's a Girl in My Soup (confirmed by T!M)
- Whodunnit?: The Complete Fifth Series (confirmed by Rutan)

It seems to be very close: with eight titles for each, the larger number of profiles would act as the tiebreaker, and then Françoise Pascal would seem to have the upper hand. However: IMDb claims that her credit in 'Dick Emery: The Thames Television Specials' is actually for Francoise Pascal. If that's accurate, that would shift the common name. But the user who submitted that profile hasn't been here for years, and I can't find it online. Anyone here owns this so it can be checked?
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Burke & Hare – Françoise Pascal (playing Marie)

Respectable: The Mary Millington Story – FRANCOISE PASCAL
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Soft Beds, Hard Battles - Françoise Pascal

And I can verify that Nosferatu is right about Burke & Hare. I thought I was fast in digging out that disc, but apparently  he was faster than me ... 
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La rose de fer (The Iron Rose) – FRANÇOISE PASCAL
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Here's the screenshot of her 'La rose de fer' credit - it seems like a comma was placed over the c in attempt to turn it into a ç:

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When her name appears in the opening credits, the C in Françoise doesn't look the same as the C in Pascal, so I'm happy to accept that that is the graphic designer trying to write FRANÇOISE, putting the comma above the bottom of the letter rather than below it.
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Whodunnit?: The Complete Fifth Series: The Rajah's Ruby (1977) Francoise Pascal Vere Le Grand
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FRANÇOISE PASCAL (10 titles, 6 confirmed)
- The Beloved
- The Brothers: The Complete Series 6
- Burke & Hare (confirmed by Nosferatu and GSyren)
- Dick Emery: The Thames Television Specials
- Give Us a Clue
- Mind Your Language: Series One (confirmed by T!M)
- Mind Your Language: Series Two (confirmed by T!M)
- Mind Your Language: Series Three (confirmed by T!M)
- La rose de fer (confirmed by Nosferatu)
- Soft Beds, Hard Battles (confirmed by GSyren)

FRANCOISE PASCAL (8 titles, 7 confirmed)
- Keep It up Downstairs (confirmed by T!M)
- Loving Feeling (confirmed by T!M)
- Napoleon and Love: The Complete Series
- Respectable: The Mary Millington Story (confirmed by Nosferatu)
- The Rolling Stones: Sympathy for the Devil / One + One (confirmed by T!M)
- School for Sex (confirmed by T!M)
- There's a Girl in My Soup (confirmed by T!M)
- Whodunnit?: The Complete Fifth Series (confirmed by Rutan)
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