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Brevet (Character)
from Les Misérables (1935)

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Feature:
  1. Les Misérables (2012) Played by Tim Downie
    ... aka "Les Miz" - USA (informal alternative title)

  2. Les Misérables (1998) Played by Frank O'Sullivan

  3. Les Misérables (1982) Played by Raymond Studer
    ... aka "Les misérables" - France (original title)

  4. Les Misérables (1958) Played by Werner Dissel
    ... aka "Les misérables" - France (original title)
  5. Les Miserables (1952) Played by Rhys Williams

  6. Les Misérables (1935) Played by Charles Haefeli
TV:
  1. Les Miserables (1978) (TV) Played by Roy Evans
  2. "Los miserables" (1974) TV series Played by Óscar Yoldi

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Quotes:
From Les Misérables (1998)
Jean Valjean: Brevet, Lombard, Bertin. Look at me. You recognize me? I recognize you, Brevet. You were an informer in Toulon, I see you're still a snitch.
Brevet: Valjean?
Jean Valjean: Hello, Brevet.
[turns to Lombard]
Jean Valjean: And you, Lombard, don't look at my fancy clothes, don't look at my scraped chin. Look at my eyes. You called yourself Godless, right? You've got a scar on your left shoulder. I gave it to you the night you tried to kill me, remember? When I pinned you over the stove.
Lombard: It is you...
Jean Valjean: Show the court your scar.
[Lombard bares his shoulder revealing the scar]
Jean Valjean: Bertin, the hollow of your left arm, there's a date tatooed, 1789, the year of the revolution. Show them!
[Bertin rolls up his sleave to reveal the tattoo]
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