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Robert Charvay

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Robert Charvay ca. 1910

Robert Charvay, (5 March 1858 – 1925) is the pen name of Adrien Lefort, a French dramatist and journalist who worked for the daily Écho de Paris, where he signed his papers with the nickname "The Yellow Dwarf".

He was the son of Charlotte Jeanne Judlin (1820–1883) and the French lyrical singer Jules Lefort (1822–1898). His parents divorced in 1872.

His comedy Mademoiselle Josette, My Woman has been adapted four times on the screen:


  • Le Fiancé de Thylda, operetta buffa in 3 acts, written with Victor de Cottens, music by Louis Varney, 1900 ; remade under the title Le Voyage avant la noce
  • L'Enfant du miracle, comedy buffa in 3 acts written with Paul Gavault, 1903
  • Papa Mulot, three acts dramatic comedy, 1904
  • Mademoiselle Josette, My Woman, four acts comedy written with Paul Gavault, 1906
  • Monsieur Pickwick, burlesque comedy in five acts, 1911

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