Interview with Emil Savundra In 1967, Frost took on Emil Savundra, a businessman who was eventually convicted of fraud.
Marie and Emil, the tragically thwarted lovers, are penalized with death.
State senate president Emil Jones, himself a candidate for the seat, noted that Raoul is one of the more modest contenders.
Secretly, however, Marie pines for Emil Bergson, a dreamer and intellect who seems ill-suited to life on a farm.
Emil Axelsson recreates the classic melody using only his fingers and their super-snapping abilities.
The professor hypnotizes Emil, but he can't onhypnotize him.
She shook her head at the waiting coachman and said, “I am going to walk, Emil.”
Emil is present, and desires to send a few words to his papa and mamma.
Certainly, Marie and Emil are very happy on board the Victoria.
Now it is not to be imagined that an extraordinary creature such as Emil Gluck could be any other than an extraordinary lover.