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George Sand (Character)
from A Song to Remember (1945)
- Chopin at the Opera (2010) Played by Leni Wesselman
- George and Fanchette (2010) (TV) Played by Ariane Ascaride
... aka "George et Fanchette" - France (original title)
- Dante's Inferno (2007) Played by Laura Krafft
- The Auteur Theory (1999) Played by Alan Cox / Matthew Goldin (as Young George Sand)
- The Children of the Century (1999) Played by Juliette Binoche
... aka "Les enfants du siècle" - France (original title)
... aka "Children of the Century" - International (English title) (imdb display title)
- The Strange Case of Delphina Potocka or The Mystery of Chopin (1999) Played by Patricia Quinn
- George Sand, une femme libre (1994) (TV) Played by Christine Citti
- Chopin - Bilder einer Trennung (1993) Played by Nina Hoger / Hannelore Hoger (as Older George Sand)
- La note bleue (1991) Played by Marie-France Pisier
- Impromptu (1991) Played by Judy Davis
... aka "Chopin My Love" - Belgium (English title) (video title)
- Canevas la ville (1986) Played by Marie-Claude Deviègue
- Ein Winter auf Mallorca (1982) (TV) Played by Eleonore Weisgerber
- "Liszt Ferenc"
- Hogyan alakul a müvész? (1982) TV episode, Played by Maud Rayer
- Gályarabok (1982) TV episode, Played by Maud Rayer
- A náluk hatalmasabb isten (1982) TV episode, Played by Maud Rayer
- "George Sand" (1981) TV series Played by Anna Proclemer
- La ville noire (1981) (TV) Played by Véronique Silver
- George Sand (1981) TV episode, Played by Andrea Martin
- Heinrich Heine (1978) (TV) Played by Ulla Berkévicz
- Sonata fúnebre (1976) TV episode, Played by Alodia Domínguez
- Lisztomania (1975) Played by Imogen Claire
- "Notorious Woman"
- Resolution (1974) TV episode, Played by Rosemary Harris
- Sonata (1974) TV episode, Played by Rosemary Harris
- Prelude (1974) TV episode, Played by Rosemary Harris
- Trial (1974) TV episode, Played by Rosemary Harris
- Conflict (1974) TV episode, Played by Rosemary Harris
- The Hourglass Sanatorium (1973) Played by Alicja Kluba (as Wax Figure of George Sand)
... aka "Sanatorium pod klepsydra" - Poland (original title)
... aka "The Sandglass" - International (English title) (informal title)
- George Who? (1973) Played by Anne Wiazemsky / Michèle Simonnet (as George Sand 1973) / Catherine Sola (as George Sand 1973) / Florence Guerfy (as George Sand 1973)
... aka "George qui?" - France (original title)
- Jutrzenka (1969) Played by Lucia Bosé / Núria Espert
... aka "A Winter in Mallorca" - International (English title) (informal literal title)
- Chopin and George Sand - The Creative Years (1966) (TV) Played by Margaret Rawlings
- "Prelúdio, A Vida de Chopin" (1962) TV series Played by Laura Cardoso
- George Sandin salongissa (1960) (TV) Played by Maj-Lis Rajala
- "George Sand" (1958) TV series Played by Maria Fernanda
- Prelude (1952) (TV) Played by Sarah Churchill
... aka "Hallmark Hall of Fame: Prelude (#1.1)" - USA (anthology series)
- Dreams of Love (1947) Played by Mila Parély
... aka "Rêves d'amour" - France (original title)
... aka "Love Dreams" - International (English title)
- A Song to Remember (1945) Played by Merle Oberon
- Pontcarral, colonel d'empire (1942) Played by Alberte Bayol
- The Life of Chopin (1938) Played by Julie Suedo
- Camille (1936) Played by Sibyl Harris
- La chanson de l'adieu (1934) Played by Lucienne Le Marchand
- Farewell Waltz (1934) Played by Sybille Schmitz
... aka "Abschiedswalzer" - Germany (original title)
- Die lachende Grille (1926) Played by Dagny Servaes
- Chopin e George Sand (1910) Played by Signora Torriani
George Sand: Chopin, do you love me?
Frederic Chopin: God help me, I do. You are superb.
[They kiss passionately, but Chopin stops]
Frederic Chopin: No!
George Sand: [desperately] What is wrong now?
Frederic Chopin: I'm frightened.
George Sand: Of me?
Frederic Chopin: Certain acts are... uh, unseemly. They are unsuitable.
George Sand: Chopin... it's an act of love! It's the divine mystery itself!
Frederic Chopin: You must think I'm inexperienced, but I assure you, I was baptized... in the brothels of Paris, when I first arrived. But, um... I'm so ill... and I have been for such a long time, and my body is such a great disappointment to me, that I've already said goodbye to it, I'm...
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