Mambo version in French André Decoin film Le Feu aux poudres starring Dario as a dealer (Jeff).
Line Renaud [B-side of Mon mari est merveilleux; arranged by Christian Chevalier; Line was married with coauthor Gasté]
Morris Albert [Mike Brant's partner as Feelings; n°1 in Brasil, Chile and Mexico; credits Mauricio Kaiserman for the music; Morris knew this as a Brazilian song with Portuguese lyrics by Thomas Fundera]
Andy Williams [idem]
Mike Brant [as Dis-lui posthumous, n° 1 F]
Dionne Warwick [as Feelings]
Frank Sinatra [idem]
Walter Jackson [idem]
André Van Duin [as File]
Loulou Gasté [author preparing his lawsuit against Brazilian Morris Albert]
Jacques Vermeire [as Nilis]
Offspring [as Feelings]
Trialed by the Court of Appeal in Paris, Morris Albert claimed he couldn't know that french song from the fifties, since he lived in Brasil, since it was written in a foreign language, since that movie never came out in Brasil and since it never was a big international success. Still the Court followed Gasté confirming plagiarism, argumenting plenty of time had elapsed between original and copy, resemblance was striking and Pour toi had been a fairly popular song. Albert was sentenced to pay half a million dollars to Gasté in 1987. You can find that trial online at www.law.uconn.edu/homes/swilf/ip/cases/gaste.html.