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The Crocodile
   is a nickname for   
Jean René Lacoste
1906
   winner of the Tour de France was   
René Pottier
France
1925
   Wimbledon Men's Singles champion was   
René Lacoste
1928
   Wimbledon Men's Singles champion was   
René Lacoste
1926
   winner of the US Open Men's Singles was   
René Lacoste
d. Jean Borotra 6-4 6-0 6-4
1927
   winner of the US Open Men's Singles was   
René Lacoste
d. Bill Tilden 11-9 6-3 11-9
1925
   winner of the French Open Men's Singles was   
René Lacoste
1927
   winner of the French Open Men's Singles was   
René Lacoste
1929
   winner of the French Open Men's Singles was   
René Lacoste
René Magritte
   painted   
Empire of Lights
1953-54; Belgian; Surrealism; Museum of Modern Art, New York; one of three similar paintings
First Smile
   is by   
René Spitz
René Descartes
   was born on   
March 31, 1596
French philosopher, scientist, writer; author of phrase "Cogito ergo sum"
René Magritte
   painted   
The Human Condition
1933; Belgian; Surrealism; oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington
'Allo 'Allo!
   featured the character   
René François Artois
Played by Gorden Kaye
Return of the Frog (1938)
   starred   
Gordon Harker, Hartley Parker and René Ray
Director: Maurice Elvey. Also starred Cyril Smith, Charles Lefeaux & Una O'Connor
Harry and Tonto (1974)
   starred   
Art Carney, René Enríquez and Herbert Berghof
Director: Paul Mazursky. Also starred Michael McCleery, Avon Long & Rashel Novikoff. Plot: Harry (Carney) is a retired teacher in his seventies living in an area of New York City where he & his deceased wife raised his children...
Croesus (1960)
   starred   
Fernandel, Marcelle Ranson-Hervé and René Génin
Comedy directed by Jean Giono
Meditations on First Philosophy
   was written by   
René Descartes
"in which the Existence of God and the Distinction between Mind and Body are Demonstrated"; "Cogito ergo sum"
Discourse on Method
   was written by   
René Descartes
A landmark in the modern history of philosophic thought
René Goscinny
   wrote   
Asterix the Gaul
1961 Illustrated by Albert Uderzo
René Lacoste
   has excelled in   
Tennis
Le Crocodile'. Won seven Grand Slam singles championships 1925 - 1928.
Descartes
   first name is   
René
René Magritte
   painted   
The Annunciation
Oil on canvas, 1930; Tate Modern, London
René Benjamin
   won for   
Private Gaspard
French title, "Gaspard"; 1915
René Leveque
   is known as a   
Politician
Founder, Parti Québécois, Premier of Québec; 1922-1987
M. Butterfly (1993)
   is a film about   
René Gallimard
Portrayed by Jeremy Irons
René Magritte
   painted   
The Menaced Assassin
1926, oil on canvas; The Museum of Modern Arts, New York
René Magritte
   painted   
The Voice of the Winds
1928, oil on canvas; private collection
René Magritte
   painted   
The Giantess
1929/30, watercolor on paper, cardboard and canvas; Museum Ludwig, Cologne
René Magritte
   painted   
The Key to the Fields
1936, oil on canvas; Thyssen-
René Magritte
   painted   
Flowers of Evil
Oil on canvas, private collection
René Magritte
   painted   
The Glass Key
1959, oil on canvas; The Menil Collection, Houston, TX, USA
René Magritte
   painted   
The Great War
1964, oil on canvas, private collection
René Magritte
   is buried in   
Schaarbeek Cemetery, Brussels, Belgium
Surrealistic painter, d. 1967
René Descartes
   wrote   
Principles of Philosophy
Intended as a textbook to replace Aristotelian textbooks of the time
René Descartes
   wrote   
Discourse on the Method
Introduction to Essais, published in 1637
René Descartes
   wrote   
Discourse on Method
1637; "Je pense, donc je suis"
François-René De Chateaubriand
   wrote   
René
1802
René Schonewille
   had the nickname   
Shotgun
René Descartes
   wrote   
Meditations on First Philosophy
1641
René Char
   was a   
Poet
French (1907-1988)
René Magritte
   painted   

Golconda; 1953; Belgian; Surrealism; The Menil collection, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 81 x 100 cm
René Magritte
   painted   

Not To Be Reproduced (La reproduction interdite); 1937; Belgian; Surrealism; Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; oil on canvas; 81 x 65 cm
René Magritte
   painted   

The False Mirror; 1928; Belgian; Surrealism; Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 54 x 81 cm
René Magritte
   painted   

The Human Condition (La Condition humaine); 1933; Belgian; Surrealism; The National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 100 x 81 cm
René Magritte
   painted   

The Listening Room (La Chambre d'écoute); 1952; Belgian; Surrealism; Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland; oil on canvas; 38 x 46 cm
René Magritte
   painted   

The Lovers (Les Amants); 1928; Belgian; Surrealism; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; oil on canvas; 54 x 73 cm
René Magritte
   painted   

The Mysteries of the Horizon (Le chef d'oeuvre ou les mystères de l'horizon); 1928; Belgian; Surrealism; private collection; oil on canvas; 48 x 73 cm
René Magritte
   painted   

The Son of Man; 1964; Belgian; Surrealism; private collection; oil on canvas; 116 x 89 cm
René Magritte
   painted   

The Therapist; 1937-1941; Belgian; Surrealism; private collection; gouache on paper; 48 x 31 cm






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