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  1. The Beloved Vagabond is a 1906 British novel written by William John Locke. It is the most famous work of Locke. [1] . In nineteenth-century France, an architect decides to disguise himself as a tramp . Adaptations. In 1908 Locke adapted the novel into a play. Several film adaptations have been made, including in 1915, 1923 and 1936 . References.

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  2. The Beloved Vagabond é um romance britânico de 1906, escrito por William John Locke. É a obra mais famosa de Locke. [1] Na França do século XIX, um arquiteto decide disfarçar-se como um vagabundo. Adaptação. Em 1908, Luke adaptou o romance em uma peça.

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    In 1900, a poor but promising French architect (Gaston de Nerac) living in London woos the daughter (Joanne Rushworth) of a gentleman facing economic ruin through exposure of his financial wrongdoing. A rival for the hand of Joanne (Count de Verneuil) promises to resolve the father’s economic problems in return for the hand of Joanne. Gaston feels ...

    The film was shot in English and French versions with different supporting casts. It was an early role for Margaret Lockwood.

    Low, Rachael. Filmmaking in 1930s Britain. George Allen & Unwin, 1985.
    Perry, George. Forever Ealing. Pavilion Books, 1994.
    Wood, Linda. British Films, 1927-1939. British Film Institute, 1986.
    The Beloved Vagabond at IMDb
    Beloved Vagabond at TCMDB
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  3. The Beloved Vagabond ( Brasil: O Querido Vagabundo[ 1]) é um filme britânico de 1936, do gênero drama romântico e musical, dirigido por Curtis Bernhardt e estrelado por Maurice Chevalier, Betty Stockfeld, Margaret Lockwood e Austin Trevor, com roteiro baseado no romance homônimo de William John Locke . Sinopse.

  4. The Beloved Vagabond. William John Locke (1863 - 1930) The vagabond, Paragot, a truly eccentric bohemian and a wandering scholar with a mysterious past, adopts a London street urchin (whom he calls Asticot) by purchasing him from his mother for half a crown. Paragot leads Asticot on various adventures through 19th century Europe, eventually ...

  5. The Beloved Vagabond. William John Locke. 3.93. 86 ratings19 reviews. Paragot, a loveable Bohemian and celebrated bon vivant, adopts a young urchin from the London slums and gives him an adventurous education, travelling through Europe in a band of musicians. Paragot, however, has a dark romantic secret which threatens to change their lives.

  6. 29 de dez. de 2022 · the beloved vagabond. by. william j. locke. Publication date. 1906. Publisher. john lane company. Collection. internetarchivebooks.