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Jacques Erwin

Jacques Erwin was a French film and stage actor. 1934: Une femme libre by Armand Salacrou, directed by Paulette Pax, Théâtre de l'Œuvre 1935: La Complainte de Pranzini et de Thérèse de Lisieux by Henri Ghéon, directed by Georges Pitoëff, Théâtre des Mathurins 1936: Elizabeth, la femme sans homme by André Josset, directed by René Rocher, Théâtre du Vieux-Colombier 1937: Victoria Regina by Laurence Housman, directed by André Brulé, Théâtre de la Madeleine 1938: Victoria Regina by Laurence Housman, directed by André Brulé, Théâtre des Célestins 1945: L'Autre Aventure by Marcel Haedrich, directed by Jacques Erwin, Théâtre l'Apollo 1948: Interdit au public by Roger Dornès and Jean Marsan, directed by Alfred Pasquali, Comédie-Wagram 1950: Mon bébé by Maurice Hennequin after Baby mine by Margaret Mayo, directed by Christian-Gérard, Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin 1951: Je l'aimais trop by Jean Guitton, directed by Christian-Gérard, Théâtre Saint-Georges 1953: Les Pavés du ciel by Albert Husson, directed by Christian-Gérard, Théâtre des Célestins 1955: Un monsieur qui attend by Emlyn Williams, directed by Pierre Dux, Comédie-Caumartin Jacques Erwin on IMDb

Sophia Razumovskaya

Sophia Razumovskaya, was a Russian courtier. She served as maid of honour to empress Catherine the Great, she was married to Peter Kirillovich Razumovsky, the mistress of Paul I of Russia prior to his marriage, with whom she had a son, Semen Velikiy. Sophia Razumovskaya was born to Stephan Fedorovich Anna Semenovna, she was appointed maid-of-honour to Catherine the Great. She was early widowed, she was known for her vivacious life style. Pending the plans to have Grand Duke Paul married, there were concerns as to whether he was sexually capable to have an heir, Sophia was asked to investigate his sexual function by seducing him, she succeeded with her task and had a son with him, Semen Velikiy, whose upbringing was provided by the empress. Paul married in 1773, in 1776, Sophia remarried count Peter Kirillovich Razumovskiy, son of fieldmarchal Kirill Grigorievich Razumovsky; as her father-in-law protested and expressed his dislike of the marriage, it was not arranged, the marriage is described as happy.

Издание вел. кн. Николая Михайловича. Русские портреты XVIII и XIX столетий. Т.3.Вып.3. № 110