Les Miserables Overview:

Les Miserables (1935) was a Drama - Historical Film directed by Richard Boleslawski and produced by Raymond Griffith, Darryl F. Zanuck and William Goetz.

Academy Awards 1935 --- Ceremony Number 8 (source: AMPAS)

Best CinematographyGregg TolandNominated
Best Film EditingBarbara McLeanNominated
Best Picture20th CenturyNominated

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Les Miserables (1952)

By Beatrice on Sep 30, 2015 From Flickers in Time

Les Miserables Directed by Lewis Milestone Written by Richard Murphy from the novel by Victor Hugo 1952/USA Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation First viewing/Amazon Instant I wasn’t crazy about this truncated version of the oft-filmed Victor Hugo novel. Jean Valjean (Michael Rennie) is... Read full article

Les Miserables (1935 and 1998)

By Duke Mantee on Apr 19, 2013 From Spoilers

Les Miserables is a hard novel to adapt into a film. The book itself is gargantuan to hold; even in tiny print, English translations run at least 1,000 pages. Try compressing that into a two-hour film. Then add singing. The stage musical, opening in 1987 on Broadway, has no spoken dialogue; it is al... Read full article

LES MISERABLES (2012): Less Miserable Than Expected

By MargaretPerry on Jan 30, 2013 From Margaret Perry

Director?Tom Hooper?adopted a huge legacy when he agreed to make yet another version of?Victor Hugo?s classic French tale. There are two French film versions of the story: the epic?Raymond Bernard?production of 1934 and the lesser-known 1958 film directed by?Jean-Paul Le Chanois. Hollywood presented... Read full article

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