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Author:  jcstar [ Tue Jun 13, 2006 6:19 pm ]
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Valjean_Jean24601 wrote:
I don't think he loved her at all. He was a very sick man with a wandering eye for prepubescent boys and girls.


WHAT? I've never heard that about Peron. Quite an alligation.

But, it was the '40's. So, anything is possible, right?

Andy.

Author:  RainbowJude [ Sun May 16, 2010 8:05 am ]
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Valjean_Jean24601 wrote:
(Peron) was a very sick man with a wandering eye for prepubescent boys and girls.

jcstar wrote:
WHAT? I've never heard that about Peron. Quite an allegation.

I've never read anything about boys, but a fair deal seems to have been written about Peron's liaisons with underage girls. After all, this is how the episode involving the Mistress in the stage show gains some of its resonance, no?

Author:  Pannic [ Sun May 16, 2010 8:50 am ]
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Well, it is there in the musical, with the 15 year-old Mistress... so the allegation is there, evidence or not.

Author:  matthewj607 [ Wed Oct 30, 2013 8:31 am ]
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It really depends on how you play the 'She's a Diamond' scene. You can play it as if Peron's worrying only about the impact Eva's falling star will have on him. You can also play it as if he's really worried about her.

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