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Champmathieu (Character)
from Les Misérables (2012)

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  1. Les Misérables (2012) Played by James Simmons
    ... aka "Les Miz" - USA (informal alternative title)

  2. "Les Misérables"
    ... aka "Les misérables" - France (original title)
        - Quatrième épisode (2000) TV episode, Played by Maxime Leroux
        - Troisième épisode (2000) TV episode, Played by Maxime Leroux
        - Episode #1.2 (2000) TV episode, Played by Maxime Leroux
        - Episode #1.1 (2000) TV episode, Played by Maxime Leroux

  3. Les Misérables (1998) Played by John McGlynn (as Carnot)

  4. "Los miserables" (1973) TV series Played by Armando Coria

  5. "Les Misérables"
        - Buried Treasure (1967) TV episode, Played by Clifford Rose

  6. Les Misérables (1958) Played by Jean Gabin
    ... aka "Les misérables" - France (original title)

  7. Les Misérables (1935) Played by Fredric March
  8. Les Misérables (1934) Played by Harry Baur
    ... aka "Les misérables" - France (original title)

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From Les Misérables (1934)
Champmathieu: [referring to the police and the court] They don't know their line of business too good. They don't believe nobody. I tell them I'm old Champmathieu, and they call me a liar. The other fellow says he's Jean Valjean, and they call for a doctor. But a fellow knows who he is don't he? They're a bit dense.
Le président du jury: [discussing Valjean nearby] No, justice won't be flouted like this. They've issued a warrant to rearrest the man at all costs.
Champmathieu: They talking about me? Did they change their minds? If they find another fellow to confuse me with, they might arrest me all over again! I'm leaving.
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