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  • #REDIRECT: [[The Houcke Dynasty]] ...y:Equestrians|Houcke, Jean]][[Category:Circus Owners and Directors|Houcke, Jean]]
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  • * Generation Jean Richard [http://generationjeanrichard.eklablog.com/ generationjeanrichard.e * Houcke Family [http://houcke.com/ houcke.com]
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  • [[Image:Poster_cirque_jean_richard_1957.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Jean Richard (1957)]] ...: On April 18, 1921, in Bessines, near Niort (in the southwest of France), Jean Richard (1921-2001) was born in a farm named "La Ménagerie." His father wa
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  • {{Languages|Jean Richard}} [[Image:Poster_cirque_jean_richard_1957.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Jean Richard (1957)]]
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  • ...us Williams, Charly Baumann witnessed an attack on the Dutch cat trainer [[Jean Michon]] by three of his five male lions during a practice session. Since M ...To keep the winning ''Tarzan'' image alive, Aureden asked Charly to adopt Houcke’s minimal, leopard-skin costume, which would be his outfit for the next f
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  • ...hreiber]], [[Roberto de Vasconcellos]], [[Jean Houcke|Jean]] and Marcelle Houcke, and [[The Knie Dynasty|Fredy Knie]]; the equestrians [[May Wirth]] and the
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  • ...milies: Her father was the legendary equestrian and circus director [[Jean Houcke]] (1878-1973), and her mother was born Marcelle Rancy—the granddaught ...witzerland, and although he was himself an excellent equestrian, [[Gilbert Houcke]] eventually turned into a unforgettable tiger trainer—and a major ci
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  • ...ny as the greatest and most innovative tiger trainer of all times, Gilbert Houcke (1918-1984) was, from the mid-1940s up to 1971, an indisputable European ci ...wn him. Jean Houcke was the grandson of [[The Houcke Dynasty|Jean Léonard Houcke]], a French equestrian who had settled in Sweden, where he originated his c
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  • ...Beert (1835-1902) was born July 31, 1835 in Courtrai, Belgium, to Auguste Jean Beert, a butcher, and Delphine Beert, née Steinbrouk. As legend has it, at ...Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse, Kees van Dongen, Jean Cocteau, Guillaume Apollinaire, to name but a few. Like their predecessors,
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  • * Video: [[Houcke_Courier_Video_(1943)|Gilbert Houcke, ''The Courier'']], in the movie ''Zrkus Renz'' (1943) * Video: [[Gilbert_Houcke_Video_(1949)|Gilbert Houcke, video clips]] at Circus Mikkenie (1949)
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  • ...em visually spectacular. They provided the kind of spectacle that prompted Jean Cocteau to reminisce, in 1935, about the then-defunct Nouveau Cirque: "The ==Hippolyte Houcke's Nouveau Cirque==
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  • #REDIRECT: [[The Houcke Dynasty]] ...y:Equestrians|Houcke, Jean]][[Category:Circus Owners and Directors|Houcke, Jean]]
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  • ...or short seasons to other circus companies ([[Circus Miehe|Miehe]], [[Jean Houcke]], [[Circus Strassburger|Mikkenie-Strassburger]]…). The Schumanns kept th
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  • ...television show ''Cirques du Monde''. The off-screen commentary is told by Jean Richard (1973) * History: [[The Houcke Dynasty]]
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