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  • #REDIRECT [[Jean Richard]] [[Category:Circuses|Jean Richard, Cirque]]
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  • Le '''Grand Cirque''' [http://www.legrandcirque.com.au/ www.legrandcirque.com.au] Cirque '''Bouglione''' [http://bouglione.be/ bouglione.be]
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  • ...cian, an actor, and a puppeteer, before discovering the Ecole Nationale du Cirque (today the [[Académie Fratellini]], one of the western world's very first ...wer Circus]] in Blackpool, England; [[Circus Krone|Kronebau]] in Munich; [[Cirque d'Hiver]]-[[The Bouglione Family|Bouglione]] in Paris; [[Circus Carré]] in
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  • [[Image:Poster_cirque_jean_richard_1957.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Jean Richard (1957)]] ...1921-2001) was born in a farm named "La Ménagerie." His father was Pierre Richard, a horse dealer, and his mother a homemaker, née Suzanne Boinot.
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  • {{Languages|Jean Richard}} [[Image:Poster_cirque_jean_richard_1957.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Jean Richard (1957)]]
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  • Although circus buildings, like Paris's [[Cirque d'Hiver]], survived in several major European cities—and notably in R ...n enclosure. Opens June 2, 1808, under the management of Victor Pépin and Jean Breschard. Closes on January 1, 1809.
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  • ...ional Circus Festival of Monte Carlo]] in 1974, where she won ''La Dame du Cirque'' award, given to the best female performer of the Festival. In 1976, she w Image:Katja Schumann 1976.jpg|Katja Schumann, Cirque Pinder-Jean Richard (1976)
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  • ...que Mauclair (ctr.), with Henri Rancy (r.) (1965)]]The Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain ("The World Festival of the Circus of Tomorrow") was conceived an ...éon Rancy]], [[Cirque Medrano (Paris)|Cirque Medrano]], and [[Cirque Jean Richard]]).
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  • #REDIRECT [[Jean Richard]] [[Category:Circuses|Jean Richard, Cirque]]
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  • ...e Pinder]], [[Cirque d’Hiver|Cirque d’Hiver-Bouglione]], [[Cirque Jean Richard]] in France; [[Cirkus Benneweis]] in Denmark; Blackpool [[Tower Circus]] in
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  • ...was eventually dictated by economic considerations: The Ecole Nationale du Cirque was cheaper, and there he went. ...training. And since the students toured with Annie Fratellini’s Nouveau Cirque de Paris as part of their apprenticeship, he also learned to set up a big t
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  • ...e Royal, Brussels, in 1976. The voice announcing the act is that of [[Jean Richard]].
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  • ...]’s assistant trainers, before entering in the service of the brothers [[Cirque Amar|Amar]] after WWII, in the circuses of whom he presented for many years ...is debut in front of an audience as a cat trainer at age twenty, with Jean Richard’s own group of five lionesses. The year was 1969.
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  • ..., Böttcher became the assistant of the famous Dutch wild animal trainer [[Jean Michon]], before taking over a group of brown bears that he went on to pres ...-1972, and was contracted for two seasons (1972 and 1973) by [[Cirque Jean Richard]], then France’s premier circus, also considered as one of Europe’s bes
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  • ...[[Cirque Jean Richard]], France, in 1973. The commentary is read by [[Jean Richard]].
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  • ...llips (1920-2006). They were married on September 16, 1940; a year later, Jean gave birth to their son, Brian. Finally, after a few more engagements in 19 In 1973 and 1974, they toured for two seasons with Cirque [[Jean Richard]], then France’s premier and most popular circus. On this occasion, Johnn
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  • ...ean-Pierre Richard]] production, in 1976. The voice over is that of [[Jean Richard]].
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  • ...ng of Paris’s two circuses, [[Cirque Medrano (Paris)|Medrano]] and the [[Cirque d’Hiver]]. Thus, at long last, the Dario-Barios went back to work at Cirque Medrano-Busch. There, on November 29, 1940, the Bario Juniors made their lo
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  • ...teen years. He was also a character actor and played the parts of Shylock, Richard III, and other notables in "hippodramas." He was once given great praise fo ...oucester, he married Charlotte Partridge, whose sister Ann was the wife of Jean Pierre Ginnett, and the mother of [[The Ginett Family|George Ginnett]], the
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  • * Biography: [[Jean Richard]] File:Pinder_Vesinet_1926.jpeg|Cirque Pinder in 1926
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  • ...e Carlo]] (1975). The voice of the off-screen commentary is that of [[Jean Richard]].
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