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Comedie-Francaise
(Movies & TV)
Ernest Legouve
(Literature)
Sarah Bernhardt
(Movies & TV)
Francesco Cilea
(Music)
Nils Asther
(Movies & TV)
Joan Crawford
(Movies & TV)
 

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Adrienne Lecouvreur

Knowledge Identifier: +Adrienne_Lecouvreur

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Adrienne Lecouvreur

French actress, considered by many as the greatest of her time add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1692.

Countries: France (63%), United States (13%), Sweden (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Comedie-Francaise, Ernest Legouve, Sarah Bernhardt

Linked to: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

 

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Adrienne Lecouvreur was born in 1692 add something


1716

In 1716, at age 24, Adrienne Lecouvreur left for Paris, and in 1717 she received a letter from the first gentleman of the King's chamber, requesting her to join the Comédie-Francaise add something


1717

After her Paris debut at the Comédie-Française in 1717, she was immensely popular with the public add something

 

Done in Paris this 27th day of March, 1717 add something


1718

In 1718 she played Aristie in Corneille's add something


Adrienne Lecouvreur died in 1730 add something


1849

Adriana Lecouvreur - "'Adriana Lecouvreur"' is an opera in four acts by Francesco Cilea to an Italian libretto by Arturo Colautti, based on the 1849 play "Adrienne Lecouvreur" by Eugène Scribe and Ernest Legouvé


1856

Before them, however, in 1856, Edoardo Vera premiered his "dramma lirico" "Adriana Lecouvreur e la duchessa di Bouillon" add something


1913

In 1913 Sarah Bernhardt played her in the silent movie "Adrienne Lecouvreur" add something


1928

In 1928, MGM Studios filmed "Dream of Love", based on the Scribe and Legouvé play, "Adrienne Lecouvreur", starring Joan Crawford and Nils Asther add something