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Charles Potier (1806–1870)

Potier, Charles Joseph Edward (pōt-yā’). A French actor and dramatic author born at Bordeaux in 1806; died at Paris in 1870. His principal dramatic works are: ‘Factor’ (1834), a five-act drama with Charles Desnoyer and Boulé; ‘Because’ (1835), ‘The Drunkard’s Sister’ (1839), one-act vaudevilles; ‘Everybody’s Master’ (1840), a two-act comedy with Antony Béraud; ‘The Clothing Merchant’ (1841), a five-act drama with Desnoyer and Béraud; ‘Estelle and Némorin’ (1844), a two-act pastoral bouffe; and ‘The National Sickness’ (1846), a three-act vaudeville with Brissebarre.