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Marcel Proust (Character)
from How Proust Can Change Your Life (2000) (TV)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Marcel Proust, vieux / Young Marcel Proust

Filmography

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  1. Lives and Deaths of the Poets (2011) Played by Frank Mancino

  2. How Proust Can Change Your Life (2000) (TV) Played by Ralph Fiennes

  3. Marcel Proust's Time Regained (1999) Played by Marcello Mazzarella / Patrice Chéreau / André Engel (as Marcel Proust, vieux)
    ... aka "Le temps retrouvé, d'après l'oeuvre de Marcel Proust" - France (original title)
  4. Mauvais genre (1997) Played by Alain Beigel
  5. "Belle Époque" (1995) TV series Played by Paul Van Mulder
  6. L'affaire Dreyfus (1995) (TV) Played by Mathieu Demy
  7. "Screen Two"
        - 102 Boulevard Haussmann (1990) TV episode, Played by Alan Bates

  8. "Ten Great Writers of the Modern World"
    ... aka "The Modern World: Ten Great Writers" - UK (original title)
        - Marcel Proust's 'A la recherche du temps perdu' (1988) TV episode, Played by Roger Rees / Paul Reynolds (as Young Marcel Proust)
  9. Ginger and Fred (1986) Played by Leonardo Petrillo
    ... aka "Ginger e Fred" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Federico Fellini's Ginger & Fred" - USA (DVD box title)
    ... aka "Ginger & Fred" - International (English title) (imdb display title)
  10. Céleste (1980) Played by Jürgen Arndt

  11. "Daniel Boone"
        - The Search (1966) TV episode, Played by Willard Sage

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From "Screen Two: 102 Boulevard Haussmann (#7.6)" (1990)
Marcel Proust: I apologize for the lift. It dates from the period before lifts were invented. See more »

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