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Synonyms for Cagliostro

Italian who was famous as a magician and alchemist (1743-1795)

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Without Weishaupt, Mesmer, Saint-Martin, Cagliostro, you can never explain the revolution of 1789, and without me and my accomplices you can just as little explain those of 1848.
La tesis fundamental del investigador se puede sintetizar en la siguiente propuesta: la novela-film Cagliostro deviene laboratorio literario, donde Huidobro experimenta con nuevas formas de creacion poetica que alcanzaran su culminacion en Mio Cid Campeador y Gilies de Rais, relatos que sin la escritura experimental de Cagliostro no habrian podido alcanzar toda la consistencia estetica que los caracteriza.
There are, after all, those who sympathize with liars, villains or criminals like Cagliostro, Casanova, Bonnie and Clyde and Charles Manson.
Anthony Cagliostro pushed in a rebound two minutes after Happy scored to close out the scoring for Westfield.
Entre sus novelas, Mio Cid Campeador (1929), Papa o el diario de Alicia Mir (1934), La proxima (1934), Cagliostro (1934), Tres inmensas novelas (1935) y Satiro o el poder de las palabras (1938).
Verani, por ejemplo, en el estudio introductorio a su antologia Narrativa vanguardista hispanoamericana, se refiere a "la focalizacion cinematografica, mediante montajes y yuxtaposicion de escenas de caracter visual" de la novela Cagliostro de Vicente Huidobro (49), mientras que Hugo Achugar reconoce en este momento nuevos dialogos que "no se daban solo entre distintos textos sino que funcionaban tambien entre distintos tipos de produccion simbolica" (15).
Spanning from the turn of the twentieth century until the late 1990s, the text is a non-linear narrative which establishes the histories of the immigrant Lombroso and Cagliostro (a surname associated with the famous nineteenth-century occultist Alessandro Cagliostro) families, Europeans who relocate to Buenos Aires and Mar del Plata, Argentina.
Athos Matthew Maefadyen Milady de Winter Milla Jovovich D'Artagnan Logan Lerman Aramis Luke Evans Porthos Ray Stevenson Constance Gabriella Wilde Duke of Buckingham Orlando Bloom Roehefort Mads Mikkelsen Richelieu Christoph Waltz Louis Freddie Fox Queen Juno Temple Planchet James Corden Cagliostro Til Schweiger D'Artagnan's Father Dexter Fletcher D'Artagnan's/'s Mother Jane Perry (English dialogue)
Cipri and Maresco's third feature film, Il ritorno di Cagliostro (2003), is about the Trinacria Cinematografica's failed attempts to make Sicily the rival of Cinecitta.
Dracula III #4; agents of the sorcerer of Cagliostro are called golems,
The last alchemist: Count Cagliostro, master of magic in the age of reason.
Orr helpfully draws attention to the vogue of miracle working charlatans in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Europe (she should have mentioned Cagliostro as well), and their role in inspiring Flaubert's recreation of Apollonius.
Then the memorial plaque that said Count Cagliostro had lived there became clearly visible.
Schunzel later directed Veidt in Der Graf von Cagliostro (1920).
There's no denying that Lupin the Third: The Castle of Cagliostro (1979), Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (1984), Castle in the Sky (1986), My Neighbor Totoro (1988), Kiki's Delivery Service (1989), and Porco Rosso (1992) are splendid inventions.