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Colourful adaptation of Victor Hugo 's classic novel, featuring a star-studded cast led by Richard Jordan
Anthony Perkins
This saga of wretchedness and redemption in 18th-century
France follows the misfortunes of Jean Valjean , imprisoned for stealing a loaf of bread, and his struggles against his lifelong enemy, the dogged Javert.
Director Glenn Jordan
0 FILMS: pages 33-40


Unknown: Victor Hugo
Unknown: Richard Jordan
Unknown: Anthony Perkins
Unknown: Jean Valjean
Director: Glenn Jordan
Jean Va/jean: Richard Jordan
Inspector Javert: Anthony Perkins
Cosette (at 19): Caroline Langrishe
Marius: Christopher Guard
Gillenormand: John Gielgud
Prioress: Flora Robson
Sister Simplice: Celia Johnson
Fauchelevant: Cyril Cusack
Thenardier: Ian Holm
Bishop Myriel: Claude Dauphin
Enjolras: Timothy Morand
Mag/iorie: Joyce Redmond
Mme Thenardier: Caroline Blakiston
Fantine: Angela Pleasence
Prefect: Kenneth Colley
Magistrate: William Squire
President of Court: Geoffrey Russell
Cosette (as a child): Joanna Price
Gavroche: Dexter Fletcher

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