The Scarlet Bazaar

The Scarlet Bazaar is a 1947 French historical drama film directed by Paul Mesnier and starring Albert Préjean, Andrée Servilanges and Jean Tissier. It was shot at the Buttes-Chaumont Studios in Paris; the film's sets were designed by the art director Marcel Magniez. The film portrays the fictional rivalry between two painters, a man and wife, that concludes with an incident based on a real-life 1897 fire in Paris. Albert Préjean as Claude Sironi Andrée Servilanges as Agnès Bonnardet-Sironi Jean Tissier as René de Montbriant Germaine Kerjean as Mme Bonnardet Lucas Gridoux as L'antiquaire Émile Drain as Le révérend dominicain Léon Arvel as M. Bonnardet Hélène Tossy as Tante Élisabeth Marthe Mellot as Rose de St-Aubin Nina Myral as Éléonore de St-Aubin Marcelle Rexiane as La gouvernante Colette Régis as La duchesse d'Alençon Burnett, Colin; the Invention of Robert Bresson: The Auteur and His Market. Indiana University Press, 2016; the Scarlet Bazaar on IMDb

Garen Casey

Garen Casey is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1990s. He was the Australian Schoolboys Captain in 1992 touring New Zealand. Following a successful high school career at Patrician Bros College, Fairfield, he played at club level for Parramatta Eels, Penrith Panthers, Wakefield Trinity, Salford City Reds, as a centre, five-eighth, lock, i.e. 3 or 4, 6, 7, or 13. Garen Casey played stand-off, i.e. number 6, scored a try and two goals in Wakefield Trinity’s 24-22 victory over the Featherstone Rovers in the 1998 First Division Grand Final at McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield on Saturday 26 September 1998. Casey attended Fairfield Patrician Brothers,a renowned rugby league high school and starred at 5/8 against Harristown State High in the 1992 Commonwealth Bank Cup Grand Final. Casey is the National Head Coach for the USA Hawks Womens Rugby League team Rugby league: Harvey on his way to take over at Salford