Philippe Emile François Gille (10 December 1831 – 19 March 1901) was a French dramatist and opera librettist, who was born and died in Paris. He wrote over twenty librettos between 1857 and 1893, the most famous of which are Massenet's Manon and Delibes' Lakmé.
Gille was elected to the Académie des beaux-arts in 1899.
Librettos by Philippe Gille
- Jacques Offenbach
- Léo Delibes
- Robert Planquette
- Rip van Winkle (1882)
- Jules Massenet
- Manon (1884)
- Georges Moreau, Revue universelle : recueil documentaire universel et illustré, vol. 11, Paris, Larousse, 1901, p.430.
- Smith C. Philippe Gille. In: The New Grove Dictionary of Opera. Macmillan, London and New York, 1997.
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