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  • ...the [[Cirque Jules Verne (Amiens)|Cirque Municipal]] in Amiens. The Cirque Rancy had acquired this group of horses from [[Cirkus Schumann]], which had just * Biographies: [[The Rancy Dynasty]], [[Dany Renz]]
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  • * Video: [[Rancy_Horses_Video_(1970)|Sabine Rancy & Dany Renz, horses at liberty]], at the Cirque Municipal in Amiens (1970) File:Théodore_Rancy.jpg|Théodore Rancy
    350 B (49 words) - 22:34, 9 January 2023
  • #REDIRECT [[Rancy Horses Video (1970)]]
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  • * Cirque Sabine Rancy [http://cirque-sabine-rancy.skyrock.com/ cirque-sabine-rancy.skyrock.com]
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  • ...400px|thumb|right|Louis Merlin (l.), Dominique Mauclair (ctr.), with Henri Rancy (r.) (1965)]]The Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain ("The World Festival ...[[Cirque d'Hiver]]-Bouglione (with a few excursions to Cirque [[Napoléon Rancy]], [[Cirque Medrano (Paris)|Cirque Medrano]], and [[Cirque Jean Richard]]).
    6 KB (1,010 words) - 22:26, 5 June 2019
  • ...theaters. In 1913, during an engagement with the French Cirque [[Alphonse Rancy]], they performed for the first time in their native Catalonia, at Barcelon
    21 KB (3,399 words) - 21:08, 22 March 2022
  • ...The Barios then went to Medrano, and after that to the [[Cirque Napoléon Rancy]], where they revived Papa Bario’s old classics. File:Albert_Rancy_-_Bario.jpg|Cirque Albert Rancy Poster featuring Les Bario (1979)
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  • ...om the reach of François and Catherine. The French equestrian [[Théodore Rancy]] (1818-1863) and his troupe also came to reinforce the company in 1852. ...in full bloom and it was not an ideal time to hire a new French director. Rancy returned to France, where he started a famous dynasty of circus directors a
    32 KB (5,217 words) - 04:35, 26 January 2023
  • ...orse," ''Jupiter''; [[The Hanneford Family]]; [[The Rancy Dynasty|Alphonse Rancy]]’s horses; the [[Cirkus Orlando]]’s horses; and the huge stud of horse
    23 KB (3,794 words) - 19:11, 31 December 2020
  • ...l" companies such as the ''Cirque de Paris'' (actually the French [[Cirque Rancy]]), the ''Circo Nacional de Budapest'' (the Hungarian State Circus), etc.
    23 KB (3,505 words) - 21:51, 12 February 2021
  • File:André_Rancy_1917.jpg|André Rancy (1917) File:Vesque_Napoleon_Rancy_1925.jpeg|Cirque Napoléon Rancy (1925)
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  • ...]] (1818-1892), and daughter of equestrian and circus director, [[Alphonse Rancy]] (1861-1933). She belonged to genuine circus aristocracy and, not surprisi
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  • ...n engagement of their parents with the Cirque [[The Rancy Dynasty|Alphonse Rancy]]. A clown and acrobat, Carlo Medini belonged to an old and numerous Italia
    6 KB (1,019 words) - 19:12, 2 September 2019
  • ..., during an engagement with the French [[The Rancy Dynasty|Cirque Alphonse Rancy]], Pedro Andreu performed for the first time with his family in his native
    15 KB (2,377 words) - 20:50, 11 September 2017
  • ...nse Rancy]] (1861-1933) and granddaughter of [[The Rancy Dynasty|Théodore Rancy]] (1818-1892). Théodore was the founder of one of France’s oldest and mo ...gagement of his parents in his grandfather’s circus, the Cirque Alphonse Rancy, which was then showing in Grenoble, an important city southeast of Lyon at
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  • Dany Renz and [[Cirque Sabine Rancy]]'s liberty act on French television's ''La Piste aux Etoiles'', filmed at * Biographies: [[Dany Renz]], [[The Rancy Dynasty]]
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  • * Video: [[Rancy_Horses_Video_(1970)|Sabine Rancy & Dany Renz, horses at liberty]], at the Cirque Municipal in Amiens (1970) * Video: [[Dany_Renz_Video_(1973)|Dany Renz and Cirque Sabine Rancy's horses at liberty]] at the Cirque d'Hiver in Paris (1973)
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  • ...e. Then she went for a few dates with [[The Rancy Dynasty|Cirque Napoléon Rancy]] in France: This was to be her farewell engagement. Rose was 39, still at
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  • ...with Georgey Foottit and Bob O’Connor at the [[The Rancy Dynasty|Cirque Rancy]] for an engagement at a fair in Bordeaux, Chocolat died suddenly in his ho
    32 KB (5,300 words) - 00:31, 28 September 2022
  • ...p their makeup, and performing at the cirque [[The Rancy Dynasty|Napoléon Rancy]] (1957) — ''Document: Institut National de l'Audiovisuel (INA) &mdas
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  • ...nte, alors qu’il était en engagement avec le [[The Rancy Dynasty|Cirque Rancy]] pour la foire de Bordeaux en compagnie de Georgey Foottit et Bob O’Conn
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  • ...Rancy-Loyal in a show originally produced by [[The Rancy Dynasty|Alphonse Rancy]] in his resident circus at Lyon. Louis Fernando was nowhere to be seen. The Rancy-Loyal Troupe occupied the Cirque Fernando, renewing its shows regularly, un
    140 KB (23,076 words) - 23:48, 28 September 2022
  • ...o passa ensuite chez Medrano, puis chez [[Cirque Napoléon Rancy|Napoléon Rancy]], où ils reprirent les classiques de Papa Bario. File:Albert_Rancy_-_Bario.jpg|Affiche du Cirque Albert Rancy annonçant Les Bario (1979)
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