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Les Misérables
Directed by Riccardo Freda
Produced by Carlo Ponti
Written by Riccardo Freda
Victor Hugo
Mario Monicelli
Vittorio Nino Novarese
Starring Gino Cervi
Cinematography Rodolfo Lombardi
Editing by Otello Colangeli
Release date(s) 21 January, 1948
Running time 140 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Les Misérables (Italian: I miserabili) is a 1948 Italian drama film directed by Riccardo Freda.[1] It is based on the Victor Hugo novel of the same name.

Cast

  • Gino Cervi – Jean Valjean
  • Valentina Cortese – Fantina / Cosetta
  • Hans Hinrich – Javert (as Giovanni Hinrich)
  • Luigi Pavese – Thenardier
  • Jone Romano – La Thenardier
  • Gino Cavalieri – L'archivista della polizia
  • Massimo Pianforini – Il vescovo Myriel
  • Duccia Giraldi – Cosetta da bambina
  • Nino Marchetti
  • Alba Settacioli (as Alba Setaccioli)
  • Andreina Pagnani – Suor Simplicia
  • Aldo Nicodemi – Marius
  • Joop van Hulzen – Il barone Gillenormand
  • Delia Orman – Eponine
  • Ugo Sasso – Enjolras
  • Rinaldo Smordoni – Gavroche (uncredited)
  • Luigi Garrone (as Luigi A. Garrone)
  • Dino Maronetto
  • Franco Balducci
  • Marcello Mastroianni – Un rivoluzionario
  • Giuseppe Pierozzi
  • Ada – Duccia (uncredited)
  • Gabriele Ferzetti – Tholomyes, un cliente di Fantina (uncredited)
  • Luisa Leonardi – La sorvegliante della fabbrica (uncredited)

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