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Le comte Hubert de Brville (Character)
from "Chez Maupassant" (2007)

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Alternate Names:
Comte Hubert de Brville / Count Hubert de Breville / Count de Breville / Graf Hubert de Breville / Graf Hubert de Brville / Graf de Brville / Kreivi Hubert de Brville / Le comte de Brville / The Count de Breville


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  1. "Chez Maupassant"
        - Boule de suif (2011) TV episode, Played by Yves Lambrecht (as Le comte de Brville)

  2. Hôtel du commerce (1969) (TV) Played by Richard Münch (as Comte Hubert de Brville)
  3. Die Reisegesellschaft (1968) (TV) Played by Walter Rilla (as Graf de Brville)
  4. Hotel du Commerce (1964) (TV) Played by Kurt Steingraf (as Graf Hubert de Brville)
  5. Hotel du Commerce (1963) (TV) Played by Guido Wieland (as Graf Hubert de Breville)
  6. Rasvapallo (1962) (TV) Played by Ekke Hämäläinen (as Kreivi Hubert de Brville)
  7. "ITV Television Playhouse"
        - Boule de Suif (1961) TV episode, Played by Ian Hunter (as Count Hubert de Breville)

  8. Angel and Sinner (1945) Played by Marcel Simon
    ... aka "Boule de suif" - France (original title)
  9. Mademoiselle Fifi (1944) Played by Alan Napier (as The Count de Breville)
    ... aka "Guy de Maupassant's Mademoiselle Fifi" - USA (complete title)

  10. Boule de suif (1934) Played by M. Mikhin (as Count de Breville)
    ... aka "Pyshka" - Soviet Union (original title)

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From Mademoiselle Fifi (1944)
The Count de Breville: Too many of us welcome them like friends.
Elisabeth Rousset: At the laundry they always said it was much harder for the rich to be patriotic.
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