2 Film Collection (Les Misérables  / Les Misérables ) [DVD]
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Les Misérables (1935)
Victor Hugo's most acclaimed novel comes brilliantly to life in this impeccably performed, magnificently filmed screen adaptation. Fredric March stars as Valjean, the ex-convict who rises against all odds from galley slave to mayor. Charles Laughton is Javert, the fanatical police inspector who dedicates his life to recapturing Valjean. A vivid depiction of the appalling poverty and social strife of 19th-century France, this version of Les Misérables does splendid justice to the original novel.
Les Misérables (1952)
Michael Rennie, fresh from his success in the sci-fi classic The Day the Earth Stood Still, cuts a very handsome figure as Jean Valjean, and Debra Paget, who would later reteam with Rennie in four more films, makes for a stunning Cosette in this powerful retelling of the classic epic. Costars include Robert Newton (Treasure Island), Edmund Gwenn (Miracle on 34th Street), Cameron Mitchell (How to Marry a Millionaire), Sylvia Sidney (Mars Attacks!) and Elsa Lanchester (The Bride of Frankenstein).
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The 1952-version is something different. Also a good version, but some storylines and settings are quite different. And Michael Rennie is no Frederic March.
I do not know which version is the most faithful adaption of the book, but it doesn't matter much if you haven't read it and are just looking for an evening's entertainment.
Usually I do not care to watch many different versions of the same story, but after having watched these two movies, I'm looking forward to see the 2012-version with the wonderful Hugh Jackman, although that version is a bit long (over two and a half hours). But I think Jackman's performance could come close to or even match March's.
and later by Michael Rennie. The settings are perfect and picture quality is brilliant! Javert too, is well played firstly by the great
Charles Laughton and then by the Equally Capable Robert Newton! This Double production should not be missed, especially
if you are a fan of Victor Hugo,s Great Story!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for the 1951 Cameron Mitchell version of the film and, as he's gorgeous in it, I absolutely loved it!Published 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
Wonderful to have two versions of Les Miserables, My preference is for the 1935 Version.Published 5 months ago by Snitch
I love the 1935 version (my favourite). Reasonably faithful to the book about injustice and redemption without letting it dictate the retelling.Published 12 months ago by C. J. Boorman