Marius may refer to:

  • Marius (name), a male given name, a Roman family name, and a modern surname
    • Gaius Marius, Roman general and statesman.
    • Marcus Aurelius Marius, emperor of the Gallic Empire circa 269
  • Marius (crater), on the Moon
  • Marius Hills, on the Moon
  • Marius (film), written by Marcel Pagnol
  • "Marius" (Anderson), a science fiction story by Poul Anderson
  • Măriuş, a village in Valea Vinului Commune, Satu Mare County, Romania
  • Marius Pontmercy, a young male character in Les Misérables written by Victor Hugo

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Les Misérables (1958 Film) - Adaptation
... Marius's father appears as a character and Marius discovers the truth about his father ... Thénardier, in disguise, meets Marius and proves to him with the help of newspaper clippings that he is completely mistaken about Valjean's criminal ...
Les Misérables (1948 Film) - Differences To The Novel
... Marius meets Cosette after hiding in Valjean's house and trying to force Valjean at gunpoint to send the police away - which Valjean does anyway ... Valjean runs into Thénardier when he goes to Gorbeau street to warn Marius to stay away from Cosette ... It is only after Cosette begs that Valjean goes to the barricade to save Marius ...
Songs From Les Misérables - Act II - The Wedding
... a very brief song, also known as the "Wedding Chorale", and is sung by the guests on Cosette and Marius's wedding ... part is a dialogue-heavy song that is often abridged or cut, sung by Marius and the Thénardiers ... Here, Thénardier first tries to shock Marius with the revelation that Valjean is an ex-convict, which Marius already knows ...