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Climne (Character)
from Molière (2007)

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  1. Molière (2007) Played by Ludivine Sagnier
  2. Le misanthrope (2000) (TV) Played by Clotilde de Bayser

  3. Der Menschenfeind (1998) (TV) Played by Katharina von Bock
  4. Le misanthrope (1994/II) (TV) Played by Corinne Touzet
  5. Le misanthrope (1994/I) (TV) Played by Romane Bohringer

  6. Le misanthrope (1980) (TV) Played by Jany Gastaldi

  7. Misantropen (1979) (TV) Played by Ewa Fröling
  8. Le misanthrope (1977/II) (TV) Played by Béatrice Agenin
  9. Der Menschenfeind (1976) (TV) Played by Johanna Liebeneiner
  10. The Misanthrope (1974) (TV) Played by Ghita Nørby
    ... aka "Misantropen" - Denmark (original title)
  11. Le misanthrope (1971) (TV) Played by Marie-Christine Barrault

  12. Le misanthrope (1966/I) Played by Andrée Lachapelle
  13. Misantropen (1963) (TV) Played by Anita Björk

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From Molière (2007)
Célimène: What angel sent you to make us laugh like this? We're so dreadfully starved for entertainment.
Jean-Baptiste Poquelin: What, madame? I thought the greatest minds jostled their way in here.
Célimène: If you knew what we endured. It's often a draw between boredom and the grotesque. People jostle, yes, only to declare their unwanted passion. Like that poor Mr. Jourdain.
Jean-Baptiste Poquelin: Mr. Jourdain, you say?
Célimène: Imagine a farmyard rooster, disguised as a pheasant, sputtering rhymes in my face a child of eight would no longer dare read. You see my predicament. Then the oaf gazes stupidly at me hoping to be loved in return. As if I could possibly be interested in every uncouth merchant and farmer who aspires to become a marquis.
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