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Stars

STARS

Co-star

CO-STAR

Featured Players

Frances Drake (1935)

Frances Drake


LES MISÉRABLES1935

Les Misérables

Les Misérables
© MCMXXXV by 20th Century Pictures, Inc.

Movie Rating

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Average Rating: 4.0 (out of 5)   (110 votes cast)


Source of Film

SOURCE OF FILM

Les Miserables (1862)

By the time Victor Hugo, at the age of 60, published Les Misérables, he was a renowned poet in France and novelist throughout the world.   His most popular novel to date had been The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, published in 1831.

Producer Detail

PRODUCER DETAIL

Darryl F. Zanuck

Film Synopsis

RUNTIME & SYNOPSIS

1 hour, 48 minutes

A tale, based on the 1862 Victor Hugo novel, about a man sentenced to 10 years hard labor after stealing a piece of bread.   Upon release he is hounded by a determined police officer.   Fredric March and Charles Laughton star.

Film Awards

FILM AWARDS

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

OSCAR NOMINEE

MPAA Rating

MPAA RATING

No rating

Box Office Ranking

BOX OFFICE RANKING

  • 1935 Domestic Box Office Rank: #16[1]U.S. flag

Theatrical Revenues

GROSS

  • (Adjusted Gross in $millions)
  • Domestic Theatrical Release:  $128[1]U.S. flag

Original Film Distributor

DISTRIBUTOR

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Film Synopsis

RUNTIME & SYNOPSIS

1 hour, 48 minutes

A tale, based on the 1862 Victor Hugo novel, about a man sentenced to 10 years hard labor after stealing a piece of bread.   Upon release he is hounded by a determined police officer.   Fredric March and Charles Laughton star.

Film Awards

FILM AWARDS

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

OSCAR NOMINEE

MPAA Rating

MPAA RATING

No rating

Box Office Ranking

BOX OFFICE RANKING

  • 1935 Domestic Box Office Rank: #16[1]U.S. flag

Theatrical Revenues

GROSS

  • (Adjusted Gross in $millions)
  • Domestic Theatrical Release:  $128[1]U.S. flag

Original Film Distributor

DISTRIBUTOR

Sources