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Colbert (Character)
from Royal Affairs in Versailles (1954)

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  1. Angélique (2013/I) Played by Louis Storme
  2. Vauban, la sueur épargne le sang (2012) (TV) Played by Régis Le Rohellec

  3. Jean de La Fontaine - Le défi (2007) Played by Philippe Torreton
  4. The King Is Dancing (2000) Played by Kurt Auschnir
    ... aka "Le roi danse" - France (original title)
    ... aka "The King Dances" - Canada (English title)
  5. Vatel (2000) Played by Hywel Bennett

  6. The Death of Molière (1994) (V) Played by Olivier Hémon
    ... aka "La mort de Molière" - France (original title)
  7. Louis, enfant roi (1993) Played by Frédéric Bazin

  8. Le fou du roi (1984) Played by Etienne Draber
  9. "Les dossiers de l'écran"
        - Le pain de fougère (1981) TV episode, Played by René Alone

  10. The Fifth Musketeer (1979) Played by Rex Harrison
    ... aka "The 5th Musketeer" - USA (poster title)
  11. "Mazarin" (1978) TV series Played by Alain Ollivier
  12. Molière (1978) Played by Roger Planchon

  13. Angelique and the King (1966) Played by René Lefèvre
    ... aka "Angélique et le roy" - France (original title)

  14. Royal Affairs in Versailles (1954) Played by Jacques Varennes
    ... aka "Si Versailles m'était conté" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Affairs in Versailles" - USA (reissue title)

  15. The Man in the Iron Mask (1939) Played by Walter Kingsford

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From The Man in the Iron Mask (1939)
Fouquet: [With contempt] Let me congradulate you, my friend, but then you always had the most annoying habit of bringing about the things you wish to bring about. Most amusing comedy - worthy of so great a playwright!
Colbert: As a fellow playwright you understand how narrow the line dividing comedy and tragedy.
Fouquet: Quite right, and I'm afraid His Majesty's executioner will provide the tragedy when this charming little comedy is finished.
Colbert: His Majesty's executioner could provide the tragedy before the comedy is finished.
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