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Monsieur Dufarge (Character)
from "A Little Princess" (1986)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Dufarge / M. Dufarge / Professor Dufarge

Filmography

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  1. "Princess Sarah" (2007) TV series Played by Jaime Fabregas (as Professor Dufarge)
  2. "Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry" (2006) TV series Played by Jôji Nakata (as Dufarge)
    ... aka "Sôkô no sutorein" - Japan (original title)

  3. A Little Princess (1995) Played by Lomax Study

  4. "A Little Princess"
        - Episode #1.1 (1987) TV episode, Played by André Maranne (as M. Dufarge)
  5. "Little Princess Sara" (1985) TV series Played by Toshiya Ueda
    ... aka "Shôkôjo Sêra" - Japan (original title)

  6. "A Little Princess"
        - Episode #1.1 (1973) TV episode, Played by Michael Poole

  7. "Sara Crewe"
        - Part 1 (1957) TV episode, Played by André Maranne
  8. "Sara Crewe"
        - Sara Arrives at Miss Minchin's (1951) TV episode, Played by Pierre Lefevre

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Quotes:
From A Little Princess (1995)
Miss Minchin: Sara, this is Monsieur Dufarge. You will begin French lessons with him this afternoon.
Sara Crewe: Do I have to?
Miss Minchin: Sara! You most certainly do! Now apologize to Monsieur this instant for your rudeness!
Sara Crewe: But I didn't mean to be rude.
Miss Minchin: [shouts] Now!
[Sara says three sentences entirely in French. Monsieur Dufarge looks at her through his monicle impressed]
Monsieur Dufarge: This child doesn't need to learn French, she practically *is* French! Says she learned it from her father.
Miss Minchin: I understood perfectly well what she said, Monsieur.
Sara Crewe: I'm sorry, but we tried to tell you.
Monsieur Dufarge: Well, perhaps she can tutor the younger children, and she might just be able to help you with your pronunciation, Miss Minchin.
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