Les Misérables (disambiguation)

Les Misérables (disambiguation)

Les Misérables is a novel by Victor Hugo.

It may also refer to:

  • Les Misérables (musical), a 1980 stage musical
    • Les Misérables: The Dream Cast in Concert, a 1995 concert video of the musical
    • Les Misérables: 25th Anniversary Concert, a 2010 concert video of the musical
Film and television
  • Les Misérables (1909 film), an American film directed by J. Stuart Blackton
  • Les Misérables (1917 film), an American film directed by Frank Lloyd
  • Les Misérables (1925 film), a French film directed by Henri Fescourt
  • Les Misérables (1934 film), a French film directed by Raymond Bernard
  • Les Misérables (1935 film), an American film directed by Richard Boleslawski
  • Les Misérables (1948 film), an Italian film directed by Riccardo Freda
  • Les Misérables (1952 film), an American film directed by Lewis Milestone
  • Les Misérables (1958 film), a French film directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois and starring Jean Gabin
  • Les Misérables (1978 film), an American TV film directed by Glenn Jordan
  • Les Misérables (1982 film), a French film directed by Robert Hossein
  • Les Misérables (1995 film), a French film directed by Claude Lelouch
  • Les Misérables (1998 film), a film directed by Bille August, starring Liam Neeson and Geoffrey Rush
  • Les Misérables (miniseries), a 2000 two-part television miniseries starring Gérard Depardieu and John Malkovich, directed by Josée Dayan.
  • Les Misérables (2012 film), a film version of the musical directed by Tom Hooper, starring Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe
Other;
  • Les Misérables (radio), a 1937 radio adaptation by Orson Welles
  • Les Misérables: Shōjo Cosette, a 2007 Japanese anime TV adaptation
  • Les Misérables, an album by Lucid Fall

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