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.
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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.