Monte Cristo & Edmond Dantes

Monte Cristo was a French computer game developer and publisher, based in Paris. It was established in 1995 by former Credit Suisse First Boston vice-president Jean-Marc de Fety and former Mars & Co strategy senior consultant Jean-Cristophe Marquis. Edmond Dantès (known by his alias The Count of Monte Cristo) is a title character and the protagonist of Alexandre Dumas, père's novel, The Count of Monte Cristo. 5.0/5

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Watching The count of Monte Cristo with .Streaming *** but it's a good movie . But Edmond Dantès isn't .😌
"If you ever loved me, do not rob me of my hate. It's all I have!" - Edmond Dantes, The Count of Monte Cristo.
It's like the Count of Monte Cristo if nothing bad ever happened to Edmond Dantès
He destroyed his mind with an overdose of two deadly poisons... Avarice & Greed! -Robert Donat as Edmond Dantes in Count of Monte Cristo
It was not my sword, Mondego, but your past that disarmed you! -Robert Donat as Edmond Dantes in The Count of Monte Cristo
World Book Day! Atticus Finch is my favorite character ever, but the struggle of Edmond Dantes in The Count of Monte Cristo is my fav book.
I saw someone say it might be Edmond Dantès from a book called The Count of Monte Cristo apparently mentions a quote from--
The way Edmond Dantes buy that house for "The Count of Monte Cristo" inside be real goals.
Zatara. Driftwood. Edmond Dantès. The Count of Monte Cristo. It really means raft.
It has been a long journey as Sinbad the Sailor, a Priest and the Count of Monte Cristo, however now I must be myself Edmond Dantes
Edmond Dantes & Fernand Mondego from my upcoming BL webcomic: Chateau! (based off The Count of Monte Cristo )
My real name, Edmond Dantes, is a secret to everyone now. Everyone will only know me as the Count of Monte Cristo.
Big Finish Classics: 'Count of Monte Cristo' starring as Edmond Dantes. Think about it.
"Tunnel Scenes" rehearsals have begun in The Count of Monte Cristo. Shown are Aaron Nedrick (Edmond Dantes) and...
I would argue that Edmond Dantes (The Count of Monte Cristo) was an intelligent man and he sought revenge
It should be summer time in the Philippines, no more school. But for my daughter, because of the K+12 program, school will continue until the end of May. She told me today she is now so busy she has no more time to read. I told her this story: When we were in our third year of high school, just before we went to our Christmas break, our Literature teacher, Ms. Merna Lopez, gave us an assignment: Amidst the holidays, we were supposed to read 10 classics and submit book reports for each on the first day of the resumption of classes. Even now, I can still hear the groans of disbelief from those around me. But that December was a classic for me, for during the holidays, I was with characters who would be my friends for life: Wilfred of Ivanhoe, Edmond Dantes - The Count of Monte Cristo, Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, Natty Bumpo and Chingachgook - the last of the Mohicans, Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, Captain Ahab and Ishmael, D'Artagnan and the three musketeers. Those books, read when there was supposed ...
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Leng Leng's First Entry" (2nd literary piece) "Alexandre Dumas': THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO" This is an adventure story primarily concerned with themes of hope, justice, vengeance, mercy and forgiveness, it focuses on a man named Edmond Dantes who is wrongfully imprisoned, escapes from jail, acquires a fortune and sets about getting revenge on those responsible for his imprisonment. However, his plans have devastating consequences for the innocent as well as the guilty. In addition, it is a story that involves romance, loyalty, betrayal and selfishness, shown throughout the story as characters slowly reveal their true inner nature. Edmond take his vengeance to the three men who were responsible for his imprisonment as he was dressed as the rich Count of Monte Cristo. Because he was inspired by the old man he met at the prison he came from. REASON: I like this novel which is also turned into a movie because of its inspiring message that you don't have to give up as long as there is still people that doesn't ...
V for Vendetta, Code Geass, and the Count of Monte Cristo, are all re-tellings of the same old story. A young man, consumed by hatred over the wrongdoings done to him in his past, vows vengeance against his persecutors. In his conquest he loses more and more of his sense of self and at the end of it all he's no longer the same man he used to be. "You wear a mask for so long, you forget who you were beneath it." He faces his past and he finishes what he planned to do and in doing so meets his undoing. He wonders, and we wonder, if this is what he pictured if this was what he wanted... And in his death, a New World is born, a world full of hope, cleansed from the corruption and injustice that once plagued it. A world where people start anew, so that never again may someone live a life like he did, A life filled with hatred and vengeance. So that the story of Edmond Dantes may remain a story and never a tale of truth. Also a lot of people die... explosions here and there... the anime stuff have giant robots. ...
I just finished watching The Count of Monte Cristo. Im sure the movie does the book no credit but this was a *** good movie. Jim Caviezel played the part of Edmond Dantes to a key. It was an incredible movie.
Did you witches ever watch The Count of Monte Cristo, the movie starring Jim Caviezel and Guy Pearce? Do you see that building on the cliffs? It's an old tower on the island of Comino and it's part of my country. It was used in the movie as the prison where Edmond Dantes lived before he escaped...
You know me as the Count of Monte Cristo but my friends call me Edmond Dantes,
Quote Edmond Dantés best known as the count of Monte Cristo, "J'ACCUSÉ!"
I'm going to open a restaurant and put a Monte Cristo on the menu but under the name Edmond Dantes.
"How did I escape? With difficulty. How did I plan this moment? With pleasure." - Edmond Dantes, The Count of Monte Cristo
Feb 27th 1829: Edmond Dantes escapes from the Chateau d'If. (France) (The Count of Monte Cristo)
Edmond Dantes (Count of Monte Cristo), Stephan Salvator (Vampire Diaries), and an unnamed by crafty Arabian princess (1001 Nights). I think we'd do quite well, actually.
Edmond Dantes: I don't believe in God. Abbe Faria: It doesn't matter. He believes in you. ” Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo
My favorite film: The Count of Monte Cristo, with Robert Donat as Edmond Dantes.
Been watching Count of Monte Cristo all day. Jim Jesus Caviezel as Edmond Dantes. Seems appropriate.
Signing off now, my friends. We have to watch our recording of Person Of Interest, our favorite show !!! Jim Caviezel, the main star, is an incredible actor !! "Caviezel established himself as one of Hollywood's most promising stars with a breakthrough performance as brooding pacifist Private Witt in Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line," in which he appeared opposite Sean Penn, Nick Nolte and Adrian Brody. He went on to star in "Angel Eyes," opposite Jennifer Lopez, and "High Crimes" with Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd. Caviezel later portrayed the wrongly convicted Edmond Dantes in the Alexandre Dumas classic, "The Count of Monte Cristo," before delivering his most critically acclaimed performance as Jesus in the box office phenomenon, "The Passion of the Christ." Caviezel just finished production on the true-life historical drama "Savannah," co-starring Hal Holbrook, Sam Shepard and Chiwetel Ejiofor. The film is slated for release in spring 2012. Later this year, he will be seen opposite James Frain ...
Deviantart posted a 30 days of art challenge which I have decided to take starting tomorrow, or later today I guess. The list is featured below. Margaret Helen, Heidi Graves and Christopher Rupert should check out # 20. 30 day drawing challange 1. Yourself or Persona - Kalassin AND me 2. Someone you like - Monica 3. One, some, or all of your friends - Maggie 4. An animal you think is cute - Pig 5. Your favorite outfit - Red dress with pirate shirt 6. Something you've never drawn before - Alpaca 7. Your Family or Family member - Heidi and Brooke 8. Something with your favorite color - Cherries (Green and red) 9. Your favorite Cartoon/Anime character - Lime (Saber Marionette J) 10. Something you couldn't live without - My glasses 11. Your favorite food - candy 12. An inanimate object - Grandfather clock 13. A group picture - Mane 6 14. Your favorite book character - Edmond Dantes, The count of Monte Cristo 15. Someone from your favorite board or Video game - Mia - Lunar Siler Star Story 16. Something that r ...
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The seemingly unknown "The Count of Monte Cristo" was such a pleasant surprise! Along with uncanny story-telling that was born out of an amazing script, excellent acting, amazing filmography and top notch lighting made this one of the best movies I've seen to date, which is no exaggeration. This movie deserves to be shown in high schools in a film class. If I'm not mistaken this 2002 version is the third making of this superb story in a film version. The original is from 1934 and there was also a made-for-TV movie in 1975. This epic story is what happens in the life of our beloved main character, Edmond Dantes, who is employed by a French merchant vessel with his childhood best friend, Fernand Mondego. They seek refuge on the island of Isla, which was where the emperor Napolean Bonapart was being held captive in the early 1800's. The English holding him captive were to shoot everyone who came to the island be it they could be there to free the vertically challenged former emperor. After a few single gun s ...
What would you say to an opportunity to play Edmond Dantes in The Count of Monte Cristo?
Are we truly independent and free? By Dipankar Khanna, August 2012, Bangalore, 670 words As Indians have we really understood the meaning of independence; and do we really value it? Drawing a parallel from Alexander Dumas’ classic the Count of Monte Cristo the common man thrown in the oblivion of the deadly dungeon Edmond Dantes, is the common citizen. The lovely Mercedes is our mother India over whom our chief protagonist Edmond has been wronged by the people in power - Fernand, Count de Morcerf, Baron Danglars and Gerard de Villefort. Similarly how do the common people in India today visualize when we think of cops, judges, politicians and the bureaucrats? We think of cops as thieves, judges as greedy and unfair, politicians as thugs and thieves and bureaucrats as corrupt buck passing imbeciles. On our Independence day our corrupt ‘rulers’ perfunctionarily make grandoise speeches, felicitate freedom fighters for whom they actually have no genuine respect or feelings, and after these meaningless n ...
It felt sad. It was like saying, 'goodbye' to a dear friend when reading the last words, 'hope and wait' of the 1200+ page book, The Count of Monte Cristo. Did the reader hope and wait to learn what became of Edmond Dantes, Haydee, Mercedes, the Morels, the Danglars or the Villeforts after puttin...
Jim Caviezel (High Crimes) and Guy Pearce (THE TIME MACHINE) give sizzling performances in THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO -- the greatest tale of betrayal, adventure, and revenge the world has ever known. When the dashing and guileless Edmond Dantes (Caviezel) is betrayed by his best friend (Pearce) a...
Is the count of monte cristo Edmond Dantes?
"Providence again...I am the emissary of God, I been speared to carry out his will." - Edmond Dantes a.k.a. Count of Monte Cristo
In the middle of my Count of Monte Cristo readings I felt quite lost and cheated out of some information, wondering how I could be going so broadly from one event to the other with not much explanation. In my attempt to solve this dreadful mystery that I would hope no author would try to achieve I suddenly found that I, YES I, had bought and was reading the ABRIDGED version. My memory seemed to find me in that moment to remind me that when reading the book on my kindle I noticed the chapters were different.Aaaahhha, it was true, they were different, one unabridged, one abridged.how could I be so out of tune with these things? I must tell you I don't know if I can venture on through this abridged version, for I feel as if I am cheating myself out of a book if I do so. I must find an unabridged version and start my adventure with Edmond Dantes but a THIRD time! Safe Sailing!
The Count of Monte Cristo revealing himself to be Edmond Dantes and telling his motives to Fernand Mondego before he exact his vengeance to him.
One of the most exciting and best-loved novels of all time, The Count of Monte Cristo is a timeless tale of endurance, courage, and revenge. Falsely accused of treason, the young sailor Edmond Dantes is arrested on his wedding day and imprisoned on an island fortress. After years of solitaryconfinem...
So I was watching Beethoven for nostalgic reasons and I noticed the screenplay was written by Edmond Dantes, I had remembered that name was the protagonists in The Count of Monte Cristo, so I researched and it is actually John Hughes pen name for a minute. Small world..
Edmond Dantes disguised as The Count of Monte Cristo, after attending the birthday party of Albert Mondego, rode his carriage only to find out that Mercedes ...
All human wisdom is summed up in these 2 words,`Wait & hope.' Your friend, Edmond Dantes, Count of Monte Cristo
We are always in a hurry to be happy for when we have suffered so long it becomes difficult to know anything more than sorrow. ~Paraphrase of Edmond Dantes' quote to Shipmen Dangler. I say unto you, Do not let this day pass by with nothing less than a whim of happiness. For tomorrow may never be and yesterday can only cast itself upon our memories. It is the promise of our day that makes for the brilliant hopes of tomorrow. ~ Me *reading the count of monte cristo* *wants to strangle the conspirators in it already... * grrr conspirators messing with affairs they have no business with.. grrr hiss boo!
The Count of Monte Cristo Blu-ray (2002): Starring Jim Caviezel, Guy Pearce and Dagmara Dominczyk. Betrayed by his childhood friend Fernand, sailor Edmond Dantes is found guilty of trumped-up charges and sent to the island prison of Chateau d'If. Thirteen...
Your A poster for The Count of Monte Cristo, starring as Edmond Dantes.
The Count of Monte Cristo (Mass Market Paperback): For nineteen-year-old Edmond Dantes, life is sweet. Soon to b...
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