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  • Scaramouche - Wikipedia

    Scaramouche (from Italian scaramuccia, literally "little skirmisher"), also known as scaramouch, is a stock clown character of the commedia dell'arte (comic ...

  • Scaramouche (1952) - IMDb

    Directed by George Sidney. With Stewart Granger, Janet Leigh, Eleanor Parker, Mel Ferrer. In France during the late 18th Century, a man sets out to avenge the death ...

  • Scaramouche | Define Scaramouche at

    Scaramouche definition, a stock character in commedia dell'arte and farce who is a cowardly braggart, easily beaten and frightened. See more.

  • Scaramouche (novel) - Wikipedia

    Scaramouche is an historical novel by Rafael Sabatini, originally published in 1921. A romantic adventure, Scaramouche tells the story of a young lawyer during the ...

  • Scaramouch | Definition of Scaramouch by Merriam-Webster

    Scaramouch definition is ... while listening to Queen's ubiquitous rock song "Bohemian Rhapsody," in the lyric "I see a little silhouetto of a man / Scaramouche, ...

  • Scaramouche Restaurant & Pasta Bar and Grill

    One location featuring two exceptional experiences & the best view in the city! Enjoy refined French haute cuisine or our casual, open concept Pasta Bar.

  • Scaramouche - Blogger

    Canada is sending a bunch of soldiers--"peacekeepers"--to Mali, a godforsaken backwater where jihad is being waged, and where there is no discernable peace to keep.

  • The Restaurant - Scaramouche Restaurant & Pasta Bar and Grill

    Scaramouche has long been celebrated by customers and critics for its unwavering commitment to making each dining experience a memorable one.

  • Scaramouche | dramatic character |

    Scaramouche: Scaramouche, , stock character of the Italian theatrical form known as the commedia dell’arte; an unscrupulous and unreliable servant. His affinity for ...

  • Scaramouche (1952) - Rotten Tomatoes

    This delightful adaptation of Rafael Sabatini's swashbuckling novel stars Stewart Granger as Andre Moreau, an 18th-century French nobleman who is publicly humiliated ...

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