Danielle Nadine Suzanne Saval was born on January 5, 1942 in Paris, France. A former dancer, Dany played leads in a number of French films during the '60s and '70s. She’s probably best known to American audiences as one of a trio of lovely airline stewardesses being shuffled around by Tony Curtis [1925-2010] and Jerry Lewis [1926- ] in the slapstick comedy” Boeing (707) Boeing (707)” (1965). At one time she was married to the distinguished composer Maurice Jarre [1924-2009] and is the mother of production designer Stéfanie Jarre. Dany appeared in one Euro-western “It Can Be Done Amigo” (1971) with Bud Spencer and Jack Palance as Mary Bronston. Today we celebrate Dany Saval’s 70th birthday.