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Guitry

[gee-tree; French gee-tree] /ˈgi tri; French giˈtri/
noun
1.
Sacha
[sah-shuh;; French sa-sha] /ˈsɑ ʃə;; French saˈʃa/ (Show IPA),
1885–1957, French actor and dramatist, born in Russia.
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  • In Paris the title rôle, originally written for the great Coquelin, had been played by Guitry.

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Guitry

/French ɡitri/
noun
1.
Sacha (saʃa). 1885–1957, French actor, dramatist, and film director, born in Russia: plays include Nono (1905)
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