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Vicomte de Cambronne (Character)
from "Napoléon" (2002)

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Alternate Names:
Cambronne / Le gnral Cambronne


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  1. "Napoléon"
    ... aka "Napoleon" - Europe (English title), Germany (imdb display title)
        - 1812-1821 (2002) TV episode, Played by Serge Dupire

  2. "Schulmeister, espion de l'empereur"
        - Après les cent jours (1974) TV episode, Played by Alfred Adam (as Cambronne)
  3. Waterloo (1970/I) Played by Evgeniy Samoylov (as Cambronne)
    ... aka "Battle of Waterloo" - USA (alternative title)
    ... aka "Waterloo: The Last Hundred Days of Napoleon" - USA (alternative title)

  4. Napoleon (1955) Played by Noël Roquevert (as Le gnral Cambronne)
    ... aka "Napoléon" - Italy (original title)
  5. Napoleone (1951) Played by Raimondo Vianello (as Cambronne)

  6. Mlle. Desiree (1942) Played by Georges Tourreil (as Cambronne)
    ... aka "Le destin fabuleux de Désirée Clary" - France (original title)

  7. Conquest (1937) Played by Eric Wilton (as Cambronne)
    ... aka "Maria Walewska" - Ireland (English title) (imdb display title)
  8. Le mot de Cambronne (1937) Played by Sacha Guitry (as Cambronne)
  9. 100 Days of Napoleon (1936) Played by Marcello Giorda (as Cambronne)
    ... aka "Campo di maggio" - Italy (original title)

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From Waterloo (1970/I)
Mulholland: [the Old Guard is surrounded by British cavalry] Brave Frenchmen! You have done all that the honor of war demands; His Grace, the Duke of Wellington, invites you to save your lives! Will you surrender?
Vicomte Pierre Cambronne: MERDE!
[Cavalry pulls back exposing ranks of artillery]
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