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Histoire du chevalier Des Grieux et de Manon Lescaut 

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Franck Cabot-David ...
 Des Grieux (as Franck David)
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 Manon Lescaut
Jacques Balutin ...
 Jean Lescaut
Maurice Vaudaux ...
 Tiberge
André Reybaz ...
 Abbé Prévost
Jacques Castelot ...
 Gauthier de Montrond
Bernard Le Coq ...
 Son fils
André Dumas ...
 Des Grieux père
Philippe Rondest ...
 Des Grieux fils
Gérard Caillaud ...
 De Touzac
Maurice Jacquemont ...
 Le supérieur de Saint-Lazare
Marc Fayolle ...
 Marcel
Philippe Desboeuf ...
 Culogratti
Jacques Monod ...
 Le gouverneur
René Morard ...
 Le sergent
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19 December 1978 (France)  »

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Manon Lescaut  »

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(6 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Version of The Metropolitan Opera Presents: Manon Lescaut (1980) See more »

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excellent film
4 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

I saw this series 1988 in German regional TV but unfortunately I couldn't register part 5 and 6. Does somebody know whether exist a VHS or DVD or whether it's still broad-casted in TV (which channels)? The romance of Prèvost is my favorite and I appreciate this series because of it's closeness to the literal original and because of this animate and esthetically perfect directory and All actors - specially Fanny Cottenance and Frank David - are born for their roles. It's a must be for all opera fans who like Puccini's or Massenet's or Aubers Versions, which ignore the most important scenes of the Romance and the variety of the characters.


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