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Count of Monte Cristo, The (1998)
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This page is for the 1998 French miniseries. For the 1954 French film starring Jean Marais, see here. For the 1961 French-Italian film starring Louis Jourdan, see here. For the 1975 British film starring Richard Chamberlain, see here. For the 1979 French mini-series starring Jacques Weber, see here. For the 2002 English-language film starring James Caviezel, see here.
The Count of Monte Cristo ("Le Comte de Monte Cristo") is a four-part French television miniseries starring Gérard Depardieu. It is one of the most faithful adaptations of the 1844 novel by Alexandre Dumas, using its six hour run-time to incorporate most of the novels characters and subplots that most adaptations are forced to cut.
The following weapons were used in the miniseries The Count of Monte Cristo:
The Charleville Musket is frequently seen throughout the series, primarily in the hands of various soldiers.
Percussion Cap Pistol
Pere Morrel (Jean-Claude Brialy) uses a Percussion Cap Pistol near the end of part one.