18011855, Nov 2
a French playwright and circus performer. A grandson of Antonio Franconi and son of Henri Franconi, he succeeded him in 1827 as managing director of the Cirque-Olympique. He specialized in training horses. In 1835, he forged an association with Louis Dejean in order to establish a circus tent on the Champs-Élysées, at the Carré Marigny. He died of a heart attack at the Cirque-Olympique in 1855.
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