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Les Misérables (1988 film)

Les Misérables is the 1988 adaptation American-British epic romantic musical period drama film produced by Working Title Films and distributed by Columbia Pictures. The film is based on the 1980 musical of the same name by Alain Boubil and Claude-Michel Schönberg which is turned based on the 1862 French novel by Victor Hugo. The film is directed by Tom Hooper, scripted by William Nicholson, Boubil, Schönberg, and Herbert Kretzmer, and stars an ensemble cast led by Gary Morris, Neil Diamond, Gloria Loring, and Sheena Easton. The title literally translates to The Misérables or The Miserable Ones.


Musical numbersEdit


  • "Overture/Work Song" – The Chain Gang, Javert and Valjean
  • "On Parole" – Valjean, Farmer, Labourer, Innkeeper's Wife, Innkeeper and The Bishop
  • "Valjean Arrested/Valjean Forgiven" – Constables and The Bishop
  • "Valjean's Solioquy/What Have I Done?" – Valjean

Act IEdit

  • "At the End of the Day" – Fantine, The Poor, Foreman, Workers, The Factory Girls and Valjean
  • "I Dreamed a Dream" – Fantine
  • "Lovely Ladies" – Fantine, Sailors, Whores, Old Woman, Crone and Pimp
  • "Fantine's Arrest" – Fantine, Bamatabois, Javert and Valjean
  • "The Runaway Cart" – Onlookers, Valjean, Fauchelevant and Javert
  • "Who Am I?" – Valjean
  • "Come to Me / Fantine's Death" – Fantine and Valjean
  • "The Confrontation" – Javert and Valjean
  • "Castle on a Cloud" – Young Cosette and Madame Thénardier
  • "Master of the House" – Thénardier, Madame Thénardier and Chorus
  • "The Well Scene" – Valjean and Young Cosette
  • "The Bargain / The Thénardier Waltz of Treachery" – Thénardier, Valjean, Madame Thénardier and Young Cosette
  • "Look Down" – Beggars, Gavroche, Old Woman, Prostitute, Pimp, Enjolras and Marius
  • "The Robbery / Javert's Intervention" – Thénardier, Madame Thénardier, Éponine, Marius, Valjean and Javert
  • "Stars" – Javert and Gavroche
  • "Éponine's Errand" – Éponine and Marius
  • "ABC Café / Red and Black" – Students, Enjolras, Marius, Grantaire and Gavroche
  • "Do You Hear the People Sing?" – Enjolras, Grantaire, Students and Beggars
  • "In My Life" – Cosette, Valjean, Marius and Éponine
  • "A Heart Full of Love" – Marius, Cosette and Éponine
  • "The Attack on Rue Plummet" – Thénardier, Thieves, Éponine, Marius, Valjean and Cosette
  • "One Day More" – Valjean, Marius, Cosette, Éponine, Enjolras, Javert, Thénardier, Madame Thénardier and Company

Act IIEdit

  • "Building the Barricade / Upon These Stones" – Enjolras, Javert, Marius, Éponine and Valjean
  • "On My Own" – Éponine
  • "At the Barricade / Upon These Stones" – Enjolras, Marius and Students
  • "Javert's Arrival" – Javert, Enjolras, Students and Army Officer
  • "Little People" – Gavroche, Students, Enjolras and Javert
  • "A Little Fall of Rain" – Marius and Éponine
  • "Night of Anguish" – Enjolras, Marius, Students and Valjean
  • "The First Attack" – Enjolras, Grantaire, Students, Valjean and Javert
  • "Drink With Me" – Grantaire, Students, Woman and Marius
  • "Bring Him Home" – Valjean
  • "Dawn of Anguish" – Enjolras and Students
  • "The Second Attack / Death of Gavroche" – Gavroche, Enjolras, Marius, Valjean, Grantaire and Students
  • "The Final Battle" – Army Officer, Grantaire, Enjolras and Students
  • "Dog Eats Dog (The Sewers)" – Thénardier, Valjean and Javert
  • "Javert's Suicide" – Javert
  • "Turning" – Woman of Paris
  • "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" – Marius
  • "Every Day / A Heart Full of Love (reprise)" – Cosette, Marius and Valjean
  • "Valjean's Confession" – Marius and Valjean
  • "Wedding Chorale" – Guests, Thénardier, Marius and Madame Thénardier
  • "Beggars at the Feast" – Thénardier and Madame Thénardier


  • "Valjean's Death" – Valjean, Fantine, Cosette, Marius and Éponine
  • "Finale" – Full Company

End CreditsEdit

  • "I Saw Him Once" – Cosette

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