• Victor Adam

    Jean Victor Adam (1801–1867) was a French painter and lithographer.

  • Victor and Hugo

    Victor & Hugo: Bunglers in Crime (shortened name: Victor & Hugo) is a British animated series made by Cosgrove Hall Productions for Thames Television and screened on Children's ITV from 6 September 1991 to 29 December 1992, and was based on the five-time villains of Gaston and Pierre from Count Duckula ; it was the company's second production to be assisted by the Spanish studio, Alfonso Productions, as well as their final cel-animated project before the collapse of Thames Television (who lost the 1991 ITV regional franchise round as a result of bidding too low a month after it premiered, and as such, none of its 30 episodes were ever seen more than once in the United Kingdom). However, it was later repeated on ABC and 7TWO in Australia and on RTÉ2 in the Republic of Ireland (as part of The Den ), along with TV2 in Malaysia, ZBC TV in Zimbabwe, Star Plus in India, SABC 2 in South Africa (dubbed into the Afrikaans language ), NTA in Nigeria, Channel 5 in Singapore, RTB in Brunei and Dubai 33 in the United Arab Emirates - and unlike most other Cosgrove Hall series, it is not available on DVD (except for the first episode, "Panda-Monium", which was released as part of a Cosgrove Hall compilation disc called "Most Wanted Classic Kids' TV" by its former distributor, Fremantle International, in 2003). The original English version was also transmitted on television in Germany as well as Cyprus, Gibraltar, Bosnia, Belize and the Falkland Islands on the military television network BFBS and its former channel SSVC Television.

  • King Victor and King Charles

    King Victor and King Charles was the second play written by Robert Browning for the stage. He completed it in 1839 for William Macready, who had staged Strafford two years before, but Macready rejected it as unsuitable and it was never performed. It was published in 1842 as the second number of Bells and Pomegranates.

  • Vincent, Orontius, and Victor

    Saints Vincent, Orontius, and Victor (d. 305 AD) are venerated as martyrs by the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches. Tradition states that Vincent and Orontius were brothers from Cimiez. They were Christians who evangelized in the Pyrenees and were killed at Puigcerda with Saint Victor.

  • Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence

  • Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale

  • Victor Albert George Child-Villers, 7th Earl of Jersey

  • Victor Albert Francis Charles Spencer, 1st Viscount Churchill

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