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Les Misérables 

Les misérables (original title)
Jean Valjean is convicted for stealing bread for his family. Thus is set in motion a lifetime of fear and pain, as the police inspector Javert pursues Valjean, hounding him relentlessly ... See full summary »
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Series cast summary:
Georges Géret ...  Jean Valjean 2 episodes, 1972
Bernard Fresson ...  Javert 2 episodes, 1972
François Marthouret François Marthouret ...  Marius 2 episodes, 1972
Alain Mottet Alain Mottet ...  Thénardier 2 episodes, 1972
Gilles Maidon Gilles Maidon ...  Gavroche 2 episodes, 1972
Hermine Karagheuz Hermine Karagheuz ...  Éponine 2 episodes, 1972
Nicole Jamet Nicole Jamet ...  Cosette 2 episodes, 1972
Jean-Luc Boutté Jean-Luc Boutté ...  Enjorals 2 episodes, 1972
Lucien Nat Lucien Nat ...  M. Gillenormand 2 episodes, 1972
Julien Verdier Julien Verdier ...  M. Mabeuf / ... 2 episodes, 1972
Mario Pecqueur ...  Courfeyrac 2 episodes, 1972
Jean Lescot Jean Lescot ...  Laigle 2 episodes, 1972
Roland Bertin Roland Bertin ...  Grantaire 2 episodes, 1972
Robert Dalban ...  Brugeon 2 episodes, 1972
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Jean Valjean is convicted for stealing bread for his family. Thus is set in motion a lifetime of fear and pain, as the police inspector Javert pursues Valjean, hounding him relentlessly over the years in an obsessive quest. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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France

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French

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21 September 1972 (France) See more »

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Les Misérables See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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The definitive version of the later parts of the novel
15 March 2006 | by greystudiesSee all my reviews

A must for any Les Miserables fans, the adaptation spends its time primarily on the later sections, beginning with Marius at his grandfather's house. It is thereafter extraordinarily faithful to the third, fourth, and fifth parts. (The scenes concerning the Bishop, Fantine, and the child Cosette are dealt with briefly in a flashback sequence.) It is the only version I've seen yet which contains Marius' cousin Theodule as well as the scene in which Gavroche meets the two little boys on the street. As stated above, a must for any Les Miserables fan. It's just too bad it's no longer available on video, even in France. I have a version which lacks subtitles, but it's so obviously faithful to the book that any fan doesn't need them.


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