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- Albert Chevalier: Albert Onesime Britannicus Gwathveoyd Louis Chevalier was an English comedian and actor.
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A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference by William Hyde, Howard Louis Conard
Sothern, Albert Chevalier, John Drew, De Wolfe Hopper, and William Gillette, and Mes- dames Lillian Russell, Olga Nethersole, Julia Marlow, Delia Fox and others. The Imperial Theater, formerly Hagan's, at the southeast corner of Tenth and Pine Streets, opened in November, 1891, under the management of Hagan & Havlin, as a cheap combination house ; but a change of policy was inaugurated in the ...
Fourth edition by Brian McFarlane
While British music-hall performers Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel were to find fame and success in Hollywood, those who remained in Britain, such as George Robey, Ernie Lotinga, Albert Chevalier and George Mozart, though appearing in films, were to remain stars of stage, not film. The loss of sound – of patter and song – was too great with regard to the majority of performers from the halls for them to achieve any lasting success in the new silent medium. A notable exception was ...
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