The New International Encyclopædia/Dennery, Adolphe Philippe
DENNERY, dĕ′n’-rḗ′, or D'ENNERY, Adolphe Philippe (1811-99). A French dramatist of versatile facility, born in Paris. He wrote or collaborated in nearly two hundred plays. The more noteworthy of his dramas are: L'honneur de ma fille (1835); La perle de Savoie (1842); Marie Jeanne (1845); and Les deux orphelines (1873). The last two have been enduringly popular. His vaudevilles and spectacular plays are significant.