Marcel may refer to:
- Marcel (novel), a novel by Erwin Mortier
- Marcel (given name), people with the given name Marcel
- Marcel, California, in Kern County
- Marcel (song), a German entry for Eurovision 1963
- Marcel (Friends), a fictional monkey of Friends
- People with surname Marcel
- Étienne Marcel (died 1358), a provost of merchants of Paris
- Gabriel Marcel (1889-1973), a French philosopher, Christian existentialist and playwright
- Jean-Jacques Marcel (born 1931), a French football player
- Rosie Marcel (born 1977), an English actor
- Sylvain Marcel (born 1974), a Canadian actor
- Terry Marcel (born 1942), a British film director
Other articles related to "marcel":
1965 Jean Gagé and Marcel Le Glay. 1966-1973 Jean Gagé, Marcel Le Glay, Hans-Georg Pflaum and Pierre Wuilleumier. 1974 -1978 André Chastagnol, Jean Gagé, Marcel Le Glay and H.-G ...
... Marcel is drunk as usual ... boys and they are about to be cremated with Marcel ... was supposed to help them to escape but he brokes his crowbar and cannot open the coffin with Marcel and boys ...
... Lake Marcel is a private, reservoir and community in unincorporated Carnation, Lake Marcel-Stillwater, King County, Washington, United States, in the foothills of the Cascades ... Lake Marcel has a surface area of 33 acres (130,000 m2) and a watershed of 1,290 acres (5.2 km2) ... Lake Marcel is the third largest lake by surface area in Carnation, after Lake Joy with 105 acres (0.42 km2) and Lake Langlois with 39 acres (160,000 m2) ...
... Marcel Woods, real name Marcel Scheffers, is a Dutch DJ and producer from Eindhoven. ...
... Marcel (André Wilms) is an impoverished Parisian poet and playwright who is evicted from his extremely modest room after he is unable to pay rent for it ... an Irish composer who is now renting Marcel's former room ... Rodolfo, Marcel and Schaunard scrape together what food they have and have a meal together to celebrate the feast of All Saints ...
Famous quotes containing the word marcel:
“How the devil am I to prove to my counsel that I dont know my murderous impulses through C.G. Jung, jealousy through Marcel Proust, Spain through Hemingway ... Its true, you need never have read these authorities, you can absorb them through your friends, who also live all their experiences second-hand. What an age!”
—Max Frisch (19111991)