Charriere

Char·ri·ère

(shahr-ē-ār'),
Joseph F.B., French instrument maker, 1803-1876. See: Charrière scale.
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SUNDERLAND mixed martial artist Lewis Monarch begins his quest towards the Cage Warriors featherweight title in London on June 29 as he faces off against Morgan Charriere.
I went straight to Charriere, the surgical-instrument maker, and asking if he happened to possess a small mirror with a long handle, was informed that he had a little dentist's mirror, which had been one of the failures of the London Exhibition of 1851.
He asked interior designers Joseph Achkar and Michel Charriere to conjure the lavish decor and advice on furniture, a process that saw more than 100 containers of antiques shipped from across Europe.
029 2030 4400 FILM Papillon (15) Wrongfully convicted for murder, Henri Charriere forms an unlikely relationship with fellow inmate and quirky convicted counterfeiter Louis Dega, in an attempt to escape from the notorious penal colony on Devil's Island.
This second adaptation of Henri Charriere's famous 1969 autobiography is straightforward, sturdy and handsomely designed with impressive location work, while always being committed to the brutality of the story.
Henri Charriere's memoir of his condemnation to, and ultimate escape from, the penal colony in French Guiana caused a rare sensation when it was published in France in 1969, the phenomene Papillon.
He provides sterling support in director Michael Noer's drama based on the autobiographies of Henri Charriere.
PREVIEW PAPILLON (15) RAMI MALEK provides sterling support in director Michael Noer's drama based on the autobiographies of Henri Charriere.
ALSO SHOWING PREVIEW PAPILLON (15) RAMI MALEK provides sterling support in director Michael Noer's drama based on the autobiographies of Henri Charriere.
"Papillon" Wrongfully convicted for murder, Henri Charriere forms an unlikely relationship with fellow inmate and quirky convicted counterfeiter Louis Dega, in an attempt to escape from the notorious penal colony on Devil's Island.
In Paris 1931, safecracker Henri 'Papillon' Charriere (Charlie Hunnam) steals a small fortune in diamonds for local gangster Castili (Christopher Fairbank).