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Les Misérables (1925)
"Les misérables" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  22 August 1927 (USA)
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Jean Valjean is a good man who is nevertheless convicted and imprisoned for a minor offense. When he escapes, he is pursued for decades by the unrelenting lawman, Javert.

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Complete credited cast:
Gabriel Gabrio ...
Paul Jorge ...
Sandra Milovanoff ...
Andrée Rolane ...
Jean Toulout ...
François Rozet ...
Paul Guidé ...
Charles Badiole ...
Maillard ...
Gillenormand (as Henri Maillard)
Clara Darcey-Roche ...
Mlle Baptistine
Georges Saillard ...
Suzanne Nivette ...
Eponine (as Nivette Saillard)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Renée Carl ...
Émilien Richard ...
Bamatabois (as Émilien Richaud)
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Jean Valjean is a good man who is nevertheless convicted and imprisoned for a minor offense. When he escapes, he is pursued for decades by the unrelenting lawman, Javert. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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This particular version of "Les Miserables" was originally exhibited in two separate parts. Purportedly, these were shown on separate days - perhaps weeks or months apart. As recently as the early 1990s, the two parts were shown in a single day, with a brief intermission, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. See more »

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Version of Les Misérables (1934) See more »

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