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Fanny Anne Burney (1812—1860) diarist

Fanny B. Price (1847—1897)

Fanny Bias (1789—1825)

Fanny Blankers-Koen (1918—2004)

Fanny Brawne (1800—1865) fiancée of John Keats

Fanny Brice (1891—1951)

Fanny Bullock Workman (1859—1925)

Fanny Burney (1752—1840) writer

Fanny Bury Palliser (1805—1878) writer on art

Fanny Cathcart (1833—1880)

Fanny Cerrito (1817—1909)

Fanny Cornforth (c. 1835—1906) artists' model and intimate companion of Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Fanny Crosby

Fanny Davenport (1850—1898)

Fanny Davies (1861—1934) pianist

Fanny Elizabeth Eagles (1836—1907) Church of England deaconess

Fanny Elizabeth Fitzwilliam (1801—1854) actress

Fanny Elssler (1810—1884) dancer

Fanny Fern (1811—1872)

Fanny Fleming (c. 1792—1861) actress

Fanny Heldy (1888—1973)


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Based on the Frenchman Marcel Pagnol’s film trilogy, Marius, Fanny, and César, which were made in the early 30s, this show marked the musical theatre debut of one of Broadway’s ...

Subjects: Music.

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