American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Marceau, Marcel 1923-2007. French mime whose most famous character is Bip, a sad-faced clown.
- n. French mime famous for his sad-faced clown (born in 1923)
“Jewell Marceau is a director, model and actress who’s appeared in hundreds of video productions, working with many of the biggest names in the business.”
“And now, harassed in mind and body, terrified for the safety of her husband, who is with the royal family, and for her two eldest sons, who are in their college, in the Rue St. - Marceau, which is rendered inaccessible, owing to the barricades.”
“M. Boutigny's "Marceau" is a good genre picture, a simple episode in the wars of the Revolution.”
“He then paused to demonstrate the "trapped-in-a-box" mime routine (aka "The Cage") he later choreographed for Marcel Marceau.”
“Over the years, specialty acts have ranged from classically trained musical comedians like Victor Borge and Anna Russell to escape artists like Harry Houdini and Doug Henning; from mimes like Marcel Marceau to comedians like Harpo Marx.”
“It's not gambling, says Marceau, who says she plans to reopen under the new ordinance.”
“I just want to run my little business, provide Internet and copy services, Marceau says.”
“Marceau hopes it stays that way so she can reopen.”
“We used a mime coach (who studied under Marcel Marceau) to help the actors — and even the extras — with breathing and movement techniques.”
“They go to some of the biggest stars in the world, including Burt Reynolds, Paul Newman, James Caan, Anne Bancroft and Marcel Marceau in an attempt to keep his studio from being purchased by Engulf and Devour (a cheap joke on the MGM and Paramount situations at the time).”
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