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The Secret of Monte-Cristo (1948)

Le secret de Monte-Cristo (original title)
One of Alexandre Dumas's most popular adventure novels is "The Count of Monte-Cristo". What is little known is that the famous writer made up neither its plot nor its characters. Dumas ... See full summary »

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Gervais Chambard
Pierre Larquey ...
Jacob Muller
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Marguerite Vigouroux
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Guilhem Savori
Jean Brunel
Robert Dalban ...
Mathieu Loupian
Dominique Davray
Marcel Delaître ...
La'abbé Farina
Liliane Guyot ...
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Charles Lemontier ...
Antoine Hallu
Julien Maffre ...
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Jacqueline Marbaux ...
Jeanne Hallu
René Marc ...
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One of Alexandre Dumas's most popular adventure novels is "The Count of Monte-Cristo". What is little known is that the famous writer made up neither its plot nor its characters. Dumas actually heard the true story of a man named François Picault during a stay at a private mansion and only adapted it into the novel everybody knows . Picault (who in the book would become Edmond Dantès) was about to marry the beautiful Marguerite (Mercédès in the novel) when he was denounced by three jealous friends who falsely accused him of being a spy for England. Picault was placed under a form of house arrest. In his prison, he made friends with an Italian abbot. When the man died, he left his fortune to Picault whom he had begun to treat as a son. On his release, Picault, who had become wealthy, was able to pursue his ruthless revenge on the three men who were responsible for his misfortune. Written by Guy Bellinger

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17 September 1948 (France)  »

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Het geheim van Monte-Cristo  »

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