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Alfred de Musset (Character)
from The Children of the Century (1999)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Alfred De Musset / Alfred DeMusset

Filmography

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  1. The Children of the Century (1999) Played by Benoît Magimel
    ... aka "Les enfants du siècle" - France (original title)
    ... aka "Children of the Century" - International (English title) (imdb display title)
  2. Victor Schoelcher, l'abolition (1998) (TV) Played by Didier Sauvegrain
  3. Impromptu (1991) Played by Mandy Patinkin (as Alfred De Musset)
    ... aka "Chopin My Love" - Belgium (English title) (video title)

  4. "Notorious Woman"
        - Conflict (1974) TV episode, Played by Shane Briant
  5. George Who? (1973) Played by Yves Rénier
    ... aka "George qui?" - France (original title)

  6. La misère et la gloire (1965) (TV) Played by Guy Moigne
  7. George Sandin salongissa (1960) (TV) Played by Heikki Värtsi

  8. A Song to Remember (1945) Played by George Macready (as Alfred DeMusset)
  9. La Malibran (1944) Played by Jean Cocteau
  10. Pontcarral, colonel d'empire (1942) Played by Georges Lequesne

  11. Camille (1936) Played by John Bryan
  12. Farewell Waltz (1934) Played by Albert Hörrmann (as Alfred De Musset)
    ... aka "Abschiedswalzer" - Germany (original title)

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Quotes:
From Impromptu (1991)
Alfred De Musset: [taking a section of manuscript] Her memoirs? Am I in it?
Editor: No! It's, it's about her childhood. I expect you come in later, after she chews up her husband, and about a hundred other fellows.
Alfred De Musset: It's true, she's a cannibal. She would drink the blood of her children from the skull of her lover, and not feel so much as a stomach-ache.
Editor: Alfred, go home - put it into verse - I'll publish it - and then and only then will you get paid.
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