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Le comte d'Artois (Character)
from Farewell, My Queen (2012)

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Farewell, My Queen -- A look at the relationship between Marie Antoinette and one of her readers during the final days of the French Revolution

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Biography:
"Charles X" is a character based on Charles-Philippe de Bourbon... See more »
Alternate Names:
Artois / Charles X / Charles X et un client / Comte Charles d'Artois / Comte D'Artois / Comte d'Artois / Conte d'Artois / Graf Artois / King Charles X / Le Comte d'Artois

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  1. Party Like the Queen of France (2012) (TV) Played by Devon Armstrong (as Comte d'Artois)
  2. Farewell, My Queen (2012) Played by Francis Leplay
    ... aka "Les adieux à la reine" - France (original title)
  3. Zarafa (2012) Played by Roger Dumas (as Charles X) / Jason Simon (as Charles X)
  4. C'était Marie-Antoinette (2010) (TV) Played by Matthias Fortune Droulers (as Comte d'Artois)

  5. Marie-Antoinette (2006) (TV) Played by Vincent-Guillaume Otis (as Comte D'Artois)
  6. Marie Antoinette (2006) Played by Al Weaver (as Comte Charles d'Artois)
  7. La bataille d'Hernani (2002) (TV) Played by Jacques Dacqmine (as Charles X)

  8. L'été de la révolution (1989) (TV) Played by Hervé Bellon (as Comte D'Artois)

  9. "Marie-Antoinette" Played by Joël Felzines
        - Episode #1.1 (1975) TV episode, Played by Joël Felzines
        - Episode #1.2 (1975) TV episode, Played by Joël Felzines
  10. Talleyrand ou Le sphinx incompris (1972) (TV) Played by Robert Party (as Charles X)
  11. "Les nouvelles aventures de Vidocq"
        - Les banquiers du crime (1971) TV episode, Played by Marcel Charvey
  12. Der Polizeiminister 1759-1820 Joseph Fouché (1970) (TV) Played by Alexander Hegarth (as Graf Artois)
  13. Waterloo (1970/I) Played by Aldo Cecconi (as King Charles X)
    ... aka "Battle of Waterloo" - USA (alternative title)
    ... aka "Waterloo: The Last Hundred Days of Napoleon" - USA (alternative title)

  14. Rose rosse per Angelica (1968) Played by Jacques Castelot (as Conte d'Artois)

  15. Shadow of the Guillotine (1956) Played by Frédéric Valmain (as Comte d'Artois)
    ... aka "Marie-Antoinette reine de France" - France (original title)
  16. Napoleon (1955) Played by Jean-Marie Robain
    ... aka "Napoléon" - Italy (original title)

  17. The Lame Devil (1948) Played by Maurice Teynac (as Charles X)
    ... aka "Le diable boiteux" - France (original title)
  18. Queen's Necklace (1946) Played by Jacques François
    ... aka "L'affaire du collier de la reine" - France (original title)

  19. Remontons les Champs-Élysées (1938) Played by Robert Seller (as Charles X et un client)
  20. Marie Antoinette (1938) Played by Reginald Gardiner (as Comte d'Artois)
  21. Hundred Days (1935) Played by C.W. Tetting (as Le Comte d'Artois)
    ... aka "Hundert Tage" - Italy (original title)

  22. Marie Antoinette - Das Leben einer Königin (1922) Played by Ernst Hofmann (as Artois)
  23. Madame Récamier (1920) Played by Walter Formes (as Graf Artois)

  24. Grip (1915) Played by Eliot Stannard (as Charles X)

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Quotes:
From Marie Antoinette (1938)
Comte d'Artois: [Provence is making a hasty retreat to his carriage when he meets Artois who is making his own hurried exit] Ah, brother! Traveling?
Comte de Provence: If they should be killed I should be king.
Comte d'Artois: If you should be killed I should be king! In these days who knows? Ha, ha! Adieu, brother!
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