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The Man Who Laughs
Originele titel: L'Homme qui rit ( Film )

The Man Who Laughs
The Man Who Laughs    26 December 2012

26 December 2012

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5.8
TMDb: 5.8/10 62 votes

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During a winter storm, Ursus offers shelter to two orphans, Gwynplaine and Déa; some years later, they are still living together. Gwynplaine has become a famous star, but his success threatens his relationships with Déa and Ursus.

L'homme qui rit
( TV Serie )

L'homme qui rit
L'homme qui rit    

08 November 1971

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0
TMDb: /10 votes

The Man Who Laughs
Originele titel: The Man Who Laughs ( Film )

The Man Who Laughs
The Man Who Laughs    27 April 1928

27 April 1928

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7.3
TMDb: 7.3/10 109 votes

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Gwynplaine, son of Lord Clancharlie, has a permanent smile carved on his face by the King, in revenge for Gwynplaine's father's treachery. Gwynplaine is adopted by a travelling showman and becomes a popular idol. He falls in love with the blind Dea. The king dies, and his evil jester tries to destroy or corrupt Gwynplaine.

The Man Who Laughs
Originele titel: L'uomo che ride ( Film )

The Man Who Laughs
The Man Who Laughs    20 August 1966

20 August 1966

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6.5
TMDb: 6.5/10 1 votes

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A 1966 French-Italian film version made in Italy, titled L'uomo che ride, directed by Sergio Corbucci. This version features elaborate colour photography but a very low production budget. The main action is shifted to Italy and moved yesterwards in time, with the deformed protagonist meeting Lucrezia Borgia instead of Queen Anne. In this version, Gwynplaine is renamed Angelo (played by Jean Sorel). His disfigurement is represented as a single broad slash across his mouth, crude yet convincing. The story (which is attributed, in the movie credits, to the director, producer and others involved in making the film, but not to Victor Hugo) is a swashbuckler pitting the disfigured acrobat against the henchmen of the Borgias. At the end, Dea (actress Lina Sini) miraculously acquires her eyesight and Angelo undergoes surgery that completely reverses his disfigurement and renders him perfectly handsome.