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  • ...theaters. In 1913, during an engagement with the French Cirque [[Alphonse Rancy]], they performed for the first time in their native Catalonia, at Barcelon
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  • ...orse," ''Jupiter''; [[The Hanneford Family]]; [[The Rancy Dynasty|Alphonse Rancy]]’s horses; the [[Cirkus Orlando]]’s horses; and the huge stud of horse
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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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  • ...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 (23,079 words) - 22:22, 29 January 2023