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Filmography by type for
Arthur Clennam (Character)
from "Le théâtre de la jeunesse: La petite Dorrit" (1961)

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Alternate Names:
Arthur / Arthur Clenman


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  1. Little Dorrit (1987) Played by Derek Jacobi

  2. Little Dorrit (1934) Played by Mathias Wieman
    ... aka "Klein Dorrit" - Germany (original title)

  3. Lille Dorrit (1924) Played by Gunnar Tolnæs
  4. Little Dorrit (1920) Played by Langhorn Burton (as Arthur Clenman)

  5. Little Dorrit (1913) Played by William Russell
  1. "Little Dorrit"
        - Episode #1.14 (2008) TV episode, Played by Matthew Macfadyen
        - Episode #1.13 (2008) TV episode, Played by Matthew Macfadyen
        - Episode #1.12 (2008) TV episode, Played by Matthew Macfadyen
        - Episode #1.11 (2008) TV episode, Played by Matthew Macfadyen
        - Episode #1.10 (2008) TV episode, Played by Matthew Macfadyen
          (9 more)

  2. "Le théâtre de la jeunesse"
        - La petite Dorrit (1961) TV episode, Played by Bernard Verley (as Arthur)

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From "Little Dorrit: Episode #1.14" (2008)
John Chivery: [Knocks. Comes in and sets down writing desk and box]
Arthur Clennam: Ahh, thank you, John. I'm sorry to have given you any trouble.
[Silence. Sighs]
Arthur Clennam: Are you angry with me, John?
John Chivery: Tell you what, Mr. Clennam. If you weren't under a cloud, which you are, and if it wasn't against all the rules of the Marselsea, which it is, I'd sooner be having a ram with you than shaking your hand! Beg your pardon.
Arthur Clennam: Freely granted. But, ah, what is it, John?
John Chivery: Don't mind my sayin' so, sir, you don't look very well to me. How long since you've eaten anythin'?
Arthur Clennam: Oh, I don't have any appetite. I don't think I could eat.
John Chivery: Do you not think that even if it's not worthwhile to take care of yourself for your own sake, it's worth doin' for somebody else's?
Arthur Clennam: Truly, I don't know for whose.
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