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6th Sep '17 9:46:17 AM fgenzo159
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!!Other adaptations provide (in addition to those shared with the novel) examples of:

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adaptations without their own trope pages provide (in addition to those shared with the novel) examples of:
6th Sep '17 9:44:15 AM fgenzo159
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!!Versions of ''Les Misérables'' with their own trope pages include:

[[index]]

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!!Versions of ''Les Misérables'' with their own trope pages include:

[[index]]
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* ''Les Misérables'' (film, 1995, starring Jean Paul Belmondo)
* ''Film/LesMiserables1998'' (film, 1998, starring Creator/LiamNeeson)
* ''Anime/LesMiserablesShojoCosette'' (anime, 2007, Masashi Sugawara)
* ''Film/LesMiserables2012'' (film, 2012, Creator/HughJackman)
[[/index]]

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* ''Les Misérables'' (film, 1995, starring Jean Paul Belmondo)
* ''Film/LesMiserables1998'' (film, 1998, starring Creator/LiamNeeson)
Creator/LiamNeeson and Creator/GeoffreyRush)
* ''Anime/LesMiserablesShojoCosette'' (anime, 2007, by Masashi Sugawara)
* ''Film/LesMiserables2012'' (film, 2012, Creator/HughJackman)
[[/index]]

starring Creator/HughJackman and Creator/RussellCrowe)

!!Other versions
* ''Les Misérables'' (film, 1995, starring Creator/JeanPaulBelmondo)
* ''Les Misérables'' (TV miniseries, 2000, starring Creator/GerardDepardieu and Creator/JohnMalkovich)

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* ComeToGawk: The crowd in the scene where the convict chain passes (1933 and 2000 movies).

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* ComeToGawk: The crowd in the scene where the convict chain passes (1933 movie and 2000 movies).miniseries).



* InstitutionalApparel: Depending on the version ,of course:
** Historically correct (yellow trousers, white shirt, red vest, and jacket and green caps for lifers or red caps for non-lifers): 1925, 1933, 1958, 1992, 2000
** Partially correct: 1978
** Just any kind of prison uniform: 1947, 1955, 1964, 1972

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* InstitutionalApparel: Depending on the version ,of course:
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** Historically correct (yellow trousers, white shirt, red vest, and jacket and green caps for lifers or red caps for non-lifers): 1925, 1933, 1958, 1992, 2000
2000.
** Partially correct: 1978
1978.
** Just any kind of prison uniform: 1947, 1955, 1964, 19721972.
23rd Jun '17 7:10:30 PM PaulA
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* AdaptationExplanationExtrication: Too many to count, but a good one is that both Javert's suspicion that Madeleine might be Valjean and the reasons for Champmathieu being mistaken for Valjean, while lengthily explained in the novel, are often condensed to "He looks like Valjean".
* AdaptationInducedPlotHole: Again, many.

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* AdaptationExplanationExtrication: Too many to count, but a good one is that both Both Javert's suspicion that Madeleine might be Valjean and the reasons for Champmathieu being mistaken for Valjean, while lengthily explained in the novel, are often condensed to "He looks like Valjean".
Valjean".
* AdaptationInducedPlotHole: Again, many. AdaptationInducedPlotHole:



*** Cosette in both '52 and the '82/'85 adaptation. Although in one, she stays the same age from when Valjean fetches her to adulthood and in the other from when Fantine leaves her to when Valjean fetches her.

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*** Cosette in both the '52 and the '82/'85 adaptation. Although in one, she adaptation stays the same age from when Valjean fetches her to adulthood and adulthood.
*** Cosette
in the other '82/'85 adaptation stays the same age from when Fantine leaves her to when Valjean fetches her.



* LostInImitation: Not too many, since there are so many different adaptations, but a few notable ones are:

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* LostInImitation: Not too many, since there are so many different adaptations, but a few notable ones are:LostInImitation:
23rd Jun '17 1:48:47 PM mouschilight
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* AdaptationInducedPlothole: Again, many.

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* AdaptationInducedPlothole: AdaptationInducedPlotHole: Again, many.
23rd Jun '17 1:44:58 PM mouschilight
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* AdaptationDyeJob: In the book, Fantine and Enjolras are blond, Marius has curly black hair, and Cosette is brown-haired. The last one is often particularly ignored, usually in order to play up the visual similarity to her mother instead.. Seems TheIngenue just has to be blonde.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: In the book, Fantine and Enjolras are blond, Marius has curly black hair, and Cosette is brown-haired. The last one is often particularly ignored, usually in order to play up the visual similarity to her mother instead..instead. Seems TheIngenue just has to be blonde.



* LighterAndSofter

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* LighterAndSofterLighterAndSofter:



* PromotedToLoveInterest

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* PromotedToLoveInterestPromotedToLoveInterest:



** Another adaptation has Valjean clearly say that he's in love with [[spoiler:Cosette]].

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** Another adaptation has Valjean clearly say that he's in love with [[spoiler:Cosette]].[[spoiler:Cosette, his adoptive daughter]].



* RelationshipCompression: Marius/Cosette. It is very pointedly NOT love at first sight in the novel, but most adaptations make it into just that.

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* RelationshipCompression: Marius/Cosette. It is very pointedly NOT love at first sight LoveAtFirstSight in the novel, but most adaptations make it into just that.



23rd Jun '17 12:55:23 PM mouschilight
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* ''Film/LesMiserables1998'' (film, 1998, starring Liam Neeson)

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* ''Film/LesMiserables1998'' (film, 1998, starring Liam Neeson)Creator/LiamNeeson)



* ''Film/LesMiserables2012'' (film, 2012, Hugh Jackman)

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* ''Film/LesMiserables2012'' (film, 2012, Hugh Jackman)Creator/HughJackman)
22nd Apr '17 8:28:29 PM Xtifr
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Victor Hugo's novel '''''Literature/LesMiserables''''' may not actually hold the record for most adaptations, but the list is still very impressive. There are currently [[AdaptationOverdosed 66 adaptations]] (although that's sometimes stretching the word a bit). A handful of these are easily available; die-hard fans have managed to see more than twenty. Check Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} for a list. Adaptations are in this article mainly referred to by production year.

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Victor Hugo's novel '''''Literature/LesMiserables''''' ''Literature/LesMiserables'' may not actually hold the record for most adaptations, but the list is still very impressive. There are currently [[AdaptationOverdosed 66 adaptations]] (although that's sometimes stretching the word a bit). A handful of these are easily available; die-hard fans have managed to see more than twenty. Check Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} for a list. Adaptations are in this article mainly referred to by production year.
25th Jan '17 11:14:47 PM PaulA
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* StealthPun: When Jean Valjean agrees to surrender to the authorities after taking Marius home, Javert sees Valjean as an ex-criminal who has reformed, and with the two conflicting concepts at hand, he acknowledges that [[Catch22Dilemma he cannot act lawfully without acting immorally, or vice-versa]], and as a result of the overwhelming madness, in Paris, he jumps into the river[[note]]the Seine[[/note]] and goes insane.
25th Jan '17 3:05:15 PM snichols1973
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* StealthPun: When Jean Valjean agrees to surrender to the authorities after taking Marius home, Javert sees Valjean as an ex-criminal who has reformed, and with the two conflicting concepts at hand, he acknowledges that [[Catch22Dilemma he cannot act lawfully without acting immorally, or vice-versa]], and as a result of the overwhelming madness, in Paris, he jumps into the river[[note]]the Seine[[/note]] and goes insane.
14th Sep '16 4:29:59 PM Saveelich
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* ''Film/LesMiserables1995'' (film, 1995, Jean-Paul Belmondo)
* ''Film/LesMiserables1998'' (film, 1998, Liam Neeson)

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* ''Film/LesMiserables1995'' ''Les Misérables'' (film, 1995, Jean-Paul starring Jean Paul Belmondo)
* ''Film/LesMiserables1998'' (film, 1998, starring Liam Neeson)
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