Miserables

Les Miserables

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Director: Richard Boleslawski

Cast: Lewis Milestone, Richard Boleslawski, Fredric March, Michael Rennie

     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
04/24/2007
UPC:
0024543425793
Rating:
NR
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[B&W, Full Frame]
Time:
3:36:00
Sales rank:
10,766

Special Features

Les Miserables (1935): Restoration comparison; Les Miserables (1935): Still gallery; Les Miserables (1952): The Fugitive and the Pursuer - Vidocq featurette; Les Miserables (1952): Restoration comparison; Les Miserables (1952): Original theatrical trailer; Les Miserables (1952): Still gallery

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- Les Miserables [1935]
1. Main Titles/The Adversaries [4:55]
2. Galley Slave [4:06]
3. No Place for a Convict [3:16]
4. The Bishop's House [8:18]
5. The Silver [5:46]
6. M. Mayor [4:34]
7. Public Disturbance [3:11]
8. The Light Dawns [3:58]
9. The Child [5:50]
10. Demanding Justice [5:36]
11. The Trial [6:29]
12. It's the Law [5:13]
13. Flight to Paris [3:00]
14. Safe Haven [6:21]
15. Good Citizens [5:39]
16. Under Surveillance [5:35]
17. Breaking the News [5:45]
18. The Messenger [3:06]
19. End of the Hunt [9:23]
20. To Give/End Titles [9:04]
Disc #1, Side B -- Les Miserables [1952]
1. Ten Years/Main Titles [2:20]
2. On the Rocks [4:48]
3. Let the Wolves Beware [3:13]
4. Paroled [4:12]
5. Pariah [1:47]
6. Sanctuary [6:01]
7. The Giver Receives [4:10]
8. The Lesson of the Rose [7:16]
9. Six Years Later [4:12]
10. Unpleasant Surprise [3:02]
11. Disturbing the Peace [5:38]
12. No Longer a Child [3:15]
13. Parole Violator [2:29]
14. The Trial [8:41]
15. No Escape [4:27]
16. Like a Rich Jewel [3:51]
17. Hiding a Fugitive [6:27]
18. Young Love [5:40]
19. Forced to Decide [4:59]
20. To the Barricades [2:18]
21. An Old Score to Settle [5:54]
22. Into the Sewers [4:19]
23. Some Good in All Men [4:36]
24. End of the Road [1:40]

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Les Miserables 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a good film, but nowhere near the greatness of the novel. Frederic March is a very good Jean Valjean, and the rest of the acting is very good too. It is not extremely faithfull to the book, but pretty close, however, this movie leaves out the fact that Fantine was a prostitute. I know that would have been very controversial for the time, but it does take away from the story. Still, it's a good film.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago