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  • Cirque '''Bouglione''' [http://bouglione.be/ bouglione.be] '''Cirque d'Hiver-Bouglione''' [http://cirquedhiver.com/ cirquedhiver.com]
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  • ...to 30, 1974 under the big top of the French circus [[The Bouglione Family|Bouglione]], installed on what was then the Esplanade de Fontvielle, a vast, rather e * Charles W. Scott, ''Le Cirque'' (Rennes, Editions Ouest-France, 1995) ISBN 2-7373-1
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  • ...mdash;the ''summer circus''.) Franconi, and his son [[The Franconi Dynasty|Charles]] (1844-1910), who would succeed him, were among the last tenants of the gr [[Image:Charles_Franconi.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Charles Franconi]] More importantly, in June 1875, the Belgian equestrian [[Ferdina
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  • ...rin were married with great pomp in Bordeaux—where the mighty Cirque Bouglione was performing—on May 21, 1948. It was a good opportunity for a spect ...ne and Emile had four more brothers: Louis (who had six children), René, Charles, and Alexis. It was (and became increasingly) a very large family. Several
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  • ...s on July 26, 1851, probably out of wedlock, whom Ferdinand adopted. Louis-Charles (the future Louis Fernando, 1851-1917) was then six years old, just fifteen ...sulted in Jérôme Medrano losing his circus to the [[The Bouglione Family|Bouglione]] family nearly a century later.
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  • ...long friendship with the circus’s new owners, the [[The Bouglione Family|Bouglione family]]; they then went on to perform at Rouen's circus building, and from ...ei Family|Orfei]] in Italy. For its 1950 tour, [[Joseph Van Been]] (Joseph Bouglione’s Belgian brother-in-law) joined Franz Althoff with a lion act. His was o
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