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The Phantom Of The Opera

Horror story about the mysterious opera ghost who haunts the Paris Opera House and has a young singer under his spell.

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  • "Phantom of the opera"
  • "歌劇魅影"
  • "Ge ju mei ying"@en
  • "Fantôme de l'opéra"
  • "phantom of the opera"
  • "歌聲魅影"
  • "Ge sheng mei ying"@en
  • "Pisāt hǣng rōngaū parākǭn"
  • "Project Gutenberg presents The phantom of the opera"
  • "Le fantôme de l'opéra"
  • "Operauei yuryong"
  • "Taĭny zheltoĭ komnaty"
  • "Project Gutenberg's The phantom of the opera"
  • "Spook van de Opera"
  • "Fantom Opery"
  • "Dama v chernom"
  • "Spook van de opera"

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  • "Horror story about the mysterious opera ghost who haunts the Paris Opera House and has a young singer under his spell."@en
  • "A mad, disfigured composer seeks love with a lovely young opera singer."@en
  • "Under the Paris Opera House lives a disfigured musical genius who uses music to win the love of a beautiful opera singer."
  • "Under the Paris Opera House lives a disfigured musical genius who uses music to win the love of a beautiful opera singer."@en
  • "Extrait : ""Ce soir-là, qui était celui où MM. Debienne et Poligny, les directeurs démissionnaires de l'Opéra, donnaient leur dernière soirée de gala, à l'occasion de leur départ, la loge de la Sorelli, un des premiers sujets de la danse, était subitement envahie par une demi-douzaine de ces demoiselles du corps de ballet qui remontaient de scène après avoir « dansé » Polyeucte."""
  • "An accident with acid produces a murderous madman who haunts the Paris Opera House causing bizarre deaths."
  • "An accident with acid produces a murderous madman who haunts the Paris Opera House causing bizarre deaths."@en
  • "The story of a half-crazed musician hiding in the labyrinth of the famous Paris Opera House, creating a number of strange and mysterious events to further the career of a beautiful young singer - Has been made into several films."@en
  • "A mysterious Phantom haunts the depths of the Paris Opera House where he has fallen passionately in love with the beautiful singer Christine Daae. Under his guidance her singing rises to new heights and she is triumphantly acclaimed. But Christine is also loved by Raoul de Chagny, and by returning his love she makes the fiend she knows as the Angel of Music mad with jealousy. When the Phantom is finally unmasked, will Christine see beyond his hideous disfigurement? The twists and turns of Leroux's thrilling story have captivated readers since its very first appearance in 1910, and its outlines are known to many more who have seen it on stage or film. This new translation is as full-blooded and sensational as the original. David Coward's introduction tells the fascinating story of the novel's genesis, and his thorough notes further illuminate details of the narrative. Christine's plight, the fate of Erik, and the redemptive power of love make an unforgettable novel."
  • "Raoul seeks to unravel the mystery of the Paris Opera House and rescue the woman he loves from the threat of the phantom of the opera."@en
  • "Haunting readers since its first publication in 1911, the classic story of the disfigured Erik who haunts the Paris Opera House and secretly trains singer Christine Daa, leading to an obsessive love and pattern of fear and violence, remains a riveting journey into the darkest regions of the human heart. This updated edition features a new introduction to the gothic horror classic."
  • "Haunting readers since its first publication in 1911, the classic story of the disfigured Erik who haunts the Paris Opera House and secretly trains singer Christine Daa, leading to an obsessive love and pattern of fear and violence, remains a riveting journey into the darkest regions of the human heart. This updated edition features a new introduction to the gothic horror classic."@en
  • "Constantly moving through an ever-pervading dark atmosphere of spine-tingling menace in its portrayal of Erik, the grotesque and elusive 'phantom', who conceals himself in the grim labyrinthine depths of the Paris Opera, while his obsessive love burns for the beautiful Christine."@en
  • "Tells the story of a demented musician who haunts the Paris Opera House and plays a terrifying role in the career of a beautiful young singer."@en
  • "This love story/thriller relates the tale of the mysterious masked terror who inhabits the cellars of the Paris Opera House."@en
  • "In de Parijse Opéra waart een spook rond dat een hartstochtelijke liefde opvat voor een beroemde zangeres."
  • "Christine is brought up by her itinerant musician father, whose death she mourns endlessly. She achieves a singing position in the Paris Opera line, where a mysterious voice teaches her to unleash her musical potential. The voice belongs to Erik, a deformed musical genius who lives in the opera house. As Christine's singing career takes off, her childhood friend Raoul begins to court her, and he and Erik fight jealously for Christine's hand."
  • "Známý fantastický román francouzského autora v novém českém překladu. Originální příběh zpěvačky Christiny Daaé, jejího přítele z dětství a pozdějšího romanticky oddaného milence vikomta de Chagny a posléze záhadného fantómaopery, chodícího přízraku smrti, který jako "Anděl hudby" stává se Christininým učitelem a démonickým milencem, a s nímž se v nerovném boji v podzemí pařížské Opery utkává Raoul de Chagny, aby zachránil Christinu Daaé."
  • "Het spook dat eind 19e eeuw in en om de Parijse opera rondwaart heeft een beroemde zangeres in zijn macht."
  • "A viscount seeks to unravel the mystery of the Paris Opera House and rescue the woman he loves from the threat of the Phantom of the Opera."@en
  • "The rumours of an 'opera ghost' take on a terrifying reality when the beautiful young singer Christine Daae suddenly disappears after her triumphant performance. An ever increasing pattern of fear and violence pervades the dim backstage areas of the Opera House, as the phantom threatens to strike once more."@en
  • "Haunting readers since its first publication in 1911, the classic story of the disfigured Erik who haunts the Paris Opera House and secretly trains singer Christine Daae, leading to an obsessive love and pattern of fear and violence, remains a riveting journey into the darkest regions of the human heart."@en
  • "The story of a hideous musician, crazed by his own ugliness - One of the greatest horror stories of all times Opera_"@en
  • "Presents the story of an elusive and grotesque "phantom" who abducts a beautiful opera singer into the labyrinthine bowels of the Paris Opera. A dramatic search for the missing girl leads to the truth about her strange captor."@en
  • "A classic, haunting tale of reality and illusion, The Phantom of the Opera has been fascinating readers and viewers for nearly a century. The official tie-in edition to a smash musical hit from the creator of Cats--opening on Broadway in January."
  • "A classic, haunting tale of reality and illusion, The Phantom of the Opera has been fascinating readers and viewers for nearly a century. The official tie-in edition to a smash musical hit from the creator of Cats--opening on Broadway in January."@en
  • "The 19th century suspense-filled terrifying tale of unrequited love, passion and tragedy. Constantly moving through an ever-pervading dark atmosphere of spine-tingling menace in its portrayal of Erik, the grotesque and elusive 'phantom', who conceals himself in the grim labyrinthine depths of the Paris Opera, while his obsessive love burns for the beautiful Christine."
  • "HarperCollins is proud to present its new range of best-loved, essential classics. 'Look! You want to see! See! Feast your eyes, glut your soul on my cursed ugliness! Look at Erik's face! Now you know the face of the voice!' Living secretly beneath the Paris Opera House, 'The Phantom of the Opera', Erik has haunted those who work there with his demands and shrouded the opera house in fear with the legend of his disfigured face. When Christine joins the company, a young woman with a beautiful voice, Erik is instantly smitten and secretly teaches her to become a great singer. He soon develops an obsessive love for his beautiful protEgE, even though she has fallen for her childhood friend, resulting in her disappearance during a performance and sparking a tragic and terrifying chain of events. One of the most well-known and well-loved gothic horror stories, Leroux's suspenseful tale of unrequited love, passion and tragedy is both dark and moving in its portrayal of Erik, the anti-hero in his yearning for Christine."
  • "The story of the mysterious figure haunting the Paris Opera house, terrorizing some but in love with a young singer."@en
  • ""Avec l'art de l'intrigue parfaitement nouée et l'inspiration diabolique qui ont fait le succès de Gaston Leroux, le père de Rouletabille, le Fantôme de l'Opéra nous entraîne dans une extraordinaire aventure."
  • "A viscount seeks to unravel the mystery of the Paris Opera House and rescue the woman he loves from the threat of the phantom of the opera."
  • "A viscount seeks to unravel the mystery of the Paris Opera House and rescue the woman he loves from the threat of the phantom of the opera."@en
  • "At the beginning of her career in the Paris Opera chorus, Christine hears a mysterious and beautiful voice, which she believes to be the song of The Angel of Music. The Voice, however, belongs to Erik, the deformed musical genius who haunts the Opera House. Christine's harrowing encounters with Erik reveal not only his madness, but also his anguish. Despite finding little success in print after its 1911 publication, interest in and acclaim for Gaston Leroux's The Phantom of the Opera intensified as a result of numerous film and stage adaptations, most notably Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1986 stage adaptation. HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library."@en
  • "Living secretly beneath the Paris Opera House, 'The Phantom of the Opera' Erik has haunted those who work there with his demands and shrouded the opera house in fear with the legend of his disfigured face. When Christine joins the company, Erik is instantly smitten and secretly teaches her to become a great singer. He soon develops an obsessive love for his beautiful protete, resulting in a tragic and terrifying chain of events.--Cover."@en
  • "Starring-Claude Rains, Susanna Foster, Nelson Eddy."@en
  • "Sightings of a ghostly figure in the Paris opera house lead to a discovery of a disfigured genius who secretly lives among its passageways."
  • "Sightings of a ghostly figure in the Paris opera house lead to a discovery of a disfigured genius who secretly lives among its passageways."@en
  • "A disfigured musical genius who lives beneath the Paris Opera House falls in love with a beautiful soprano and, in his desperation to have his love returned, embarks on some terrifying means towards that end."
  • "A disfigured musical genius who lives beneath the Paris Opera House falls in love with a beautiful soprano and, in his desperation to have his love returned, embarks on some terrifying means towards that end."@en
  • "The disfigured Erik, haunts the Paris Opera House and secretly trains singer Christine Daa, leading to an obsessive love, a pattern of fear and violence."@en
  • "Récit fantastique (1910) dont la réputation a été orchestrée par plusieurs films."
  • "A disfigured musical genius, living under the Paris Opera House, uses music to win the love of a beautiful opera singer."
  • "The Phantom of the Opera, by Gaston Leroux, is part of the <A href=http://www.barnesandnoble.com/classics/index.asp?z=y&cds2Pid=16447&sLinkPrefix>Barnes & Noble Classics</A> series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras. Here are some of the remarkable features of Barnes & Noble Classics:<UL type=disc><LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>New introductions commissioned from today's top writers and scholars <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Biographies of the authors <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Chronologies of contemporary historical, biographical, and cultural events <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Footnotes and endnotes <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Selective discussions of imitations, parodies, poems, books, plays, paintings, operas, statuary, and films inspired by the work <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Comments by other famous authors <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Study questions to challenge the reader's viewpoints and expectations <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Bibliographies for further reading <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Indices & Glossaries, when appropriateAll editions are beautifully designed and are printed to superior specifications; some include illustrations of historical interest. Barnes & Noble Classics pulls together a constellation of influences—biographical, historical, and literary—to enrich each reader's understanding of these enduring works. The Paris Opera is haunted—everyone knows it. Everyone, that is, except for the new managers, who spark a violent dispute with the Opera Ghost when they refuse to acknowledge his existence or submit to his demands. Sometimes surfacing as a disembodied voice in Box Five or appearing as a gentleman in evening dress with a death's-head, the phantom is obsessed with Christine Daaé, a lovely and enigmatic novice singer endowed with an amazing voice. But impetuous Viscount Raoul de Chagny is in love with Christine, and he and his brother, Count Philippe, are swept into the phantom's deadly illusion with horrifying consequences. Police reports, newspaper clippings, and witness interviews help a sleuthing narrator reconstruct the events of French author Gaston Leroux's most famous tale, one that had a significant impact on contemporary detective fiction. First published in 1911, The Phantom of the Opera has since been the basis for many adaptations, including Lon Chaney's silent film and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Tony award-winning Broadway musical. Today, this thriller is recognized not only as a compelling yarn with gothic overtones, but an engrossing romance of stirring theatricality. Isabel Roche has a Ph.D. in French literature from New York University and teaches at Bennington College in Vermont. She wrote the book Character and Meaning in the Novels of Victor Hugo and has published articles in The French Review and French Forum."@en
  • "The Phantom of the Opera (in French, Le Fantôme de l'Opéra) is a French novel by Gaston Leroux. It was first published as a serialization in Le Gaulois from September 23, 1909 to January 8, 1910. Initially, the novel sold very poorly and was even out of print several times during the twentieth century. Today, it is considered to be a classic of French literature. The novel was translated into English in 1911. It has since been adapted many times into film and stage productions, the most notable of which were the 1925 film depiction and Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1986 musical ..."@en
  • "An accident with acid produces a murderous madman, who haunts the Paris Opera House causing bizarre deaths."@en
  • "An accident with acid produces a murderous madman, who haunts the Paris Opera House causing bizarre deaths."
  • "A viscount seeks to unravel the mystery of the Paris Opera House and rescue the woman he loves from the threat of the phantom of the Opera."
  • ""A viscount seeks to unravel the mystery of the Paris Opera House and rescue the woman he loves from the threat of the phantom of the opera." "This love story/thriller relates the tale of the mysterious masked terror who inhabits the cellars of the Paris Opera House.""@en
  • "Het spook dat eind vorige eeuw in en om de Parijse opera rondwaart heeft een beroemde zangeres in zijn macht."
  • "A hideous creature, called the Phantom of the Opera, with mysterious powers sought out the beautiful singer Christine Daae. If she resisted, a reign of terror and blood would begin. Christine trembled and believed there was no where to hide from him. Can she escape his macabre passions of murder and love?"@en
  • "A classic French thriller about a terrifying and legendary figure who emerges from the depths of the Paris Opera House and manifests the mythic 'opera ghost' in terrifying reality. At the heart of the Phantom's obsession is the lovely Christine Daae, who, after a brilliant performance, disappears suddenly and mysteriously."@en
  • "A classic French thriller about a terrifying and legendary figure who emerges from the depths of the Paris Opera House and manifests the mythic 'opera ghost' in terrifying reality. At the heart of the Phantom's obsession is the lovely Christine Daae, who, after a brilliant performance, disappears suddenly and mysteriously."
  • "Während der Proben zur Oper ""Hannibal"" stürzt ein Teil der Kulisse ein und die Solistin Charlotte weigert sich, weiter aufzutreten. Als Ersatz wird das Chormädchen Christina vorgeschlagen. Das Phantom verliebt sich in Christina und ihre Stimme und versucht, das Mädchen für sich zu gewinnen. Der Bühnenmeister Joseph Buquet erzählt Schauergeschichten über das Phantom und bezahlt dafür mit seinem Leben ... Das Phantom der Oper ist das seit dem 9. Januar 2006 am längsten gespielte Stück am Broadway. Gaston Louis Alfred Leroux, der 1868 in Paris geboren wurde, studierte Rechtswissenschaften. Be."
  • "A half-crazed musician hides out in a Paris opera house while causing mysterious things to happen that enhance the career of a beautiful young singer."
  • "The little known, brilliant original text by Gaston Leroux has been immortalized by screen and stage adaptations. One of the greatest horror stories of all time, The Phantom of the Opera makes compulsive reading."@en
  • "Gaston Leroux's novel The Phantom of the Opera, first published in 1910, remained a perennial favorite throughout the twentieth century and into the early 2000s. It was adapted to several popular motion pictures and into one of the most successful stage musicals of all time. Its main character, Erik, is a romantic figure whose appeal reaches across different cultures and times. He is a sensitive soul, an accomplished composer and musician whose great unfinished work, Don Juan Triumphant, is described as breathtakingly beautiful by the one person he allows to hear it; he is an object of pity, whose face has been disfigured from birth, causing him to hide behind a silk mask; and he is hopelessly in love with a young woman whom he can never seriously hope will love him back. At the same time, he a dangerous, menacing figure, lurking in the hidden catacombs beneath the opera house and blackmailing those who will not bow to his whims. He can hear things said in privacy and can create catastrophes that might or might not be the accidents that they seem to be."@en
  • "Gaston Leroux's novel The Phantom of the Opera, first published in 1910, remained a perennial favorite throughout the twentieth century and into the early 2000s. It was adapted to several popular motion pictures and into one of the most successful stage musicals of all time. Its main character, Erik, is a romantic figure whose appeal reaches across different cultures and times. He is a sensitive soul, an accomplished composer and musician whose great unfinished work, Don Juan Triumphant, is described as breathtakingly beautiful by the one person he allows to hear it; he is an object of pity, whose face has been disfigured from birth, causing him to hide behind a silk mask; and he is hopelessly in love with a young woman whom he can never seriously hope will love him back. At the same time, he a dangerous, menacing figure, lurking in the hidden catacombs beneath the opera house and blackmailing those who will not bow to his whims. He can hear things said in privacy and can create catastrophes that might or might not be the accidents that they seem to be."
  • "During Christine's childhood, which is described retrospectively in the early chapters of the book, her father tells her many stories featuring an ""Angel of Music, "" who, like a muse, is the personification of musical inspiration. On his deathbed, Christine's father tells her that from Heaven, he will send the Angel of Music to her. Christine is eventually given a position in the chorus at the Paris Opera House. Not long after she arrives there, she begins hearing a beautiful, unearthly voice which sings to her and speaks to her. She believes this must be the Angel of Music."@en
  • "Horror tale of the masked monster in the Paris Opera House who plots to take the beautiful singer to his palace in the catacombs and keep her there forever."@en

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  • "Gothic fiction"@en
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  • "Prizrak opery"
  • "Fantome de l'opera <engl.&gt"
  • "El Fantasma de la ópera"
  • "La fantome de l'opera"
  • "... Le fantôme de l'opéra"
  • "Op'era ŭi yuryŏng = The phantom of the opera"
  • "Fantomet i operaen"@da
  • "The phantom of the opera = 歌聲魅影"
  • "The phantom of the opera Fantome de l'opera. English illustrated by Greg Hildebrandt"
  • "The Phantom Of The Opera"@en
  • "Le fantôme de l'opera"
  • "Призрак Оперы : роман"
  • "The Phantom of the opera : [programme]"@en
  • "The Phantom of the Opera : het spook van de Opera"
  • "Das Phantom der Oper Roman"
  • "The phantom of the opera"@en
  • "The phantom of the opera"
  • "Le fantôme de l'opéra : roman"
  • "El fantasma de la Opera : Novela"@es
  • "Le fantome de l'Opera"
  • "Phantom of the Opera"@en
  • "Phantom of the Opera"
  • "Fantasma de la opera"@es
  • "El fantasma de la ópera (novela)"
  • "Az operaház fantomja : regény"@hu
  • "Az operaház fantomja : regény"
  • "Le fantome de l'opera = Operauei yuryong"
  • "El fantasma de la ʹopera"
  • "Das Phantom der Oper. Roman"
  • "The phantom of the opera : het spook van de opera"
  • "El fantasma de la opera"
  • "El fantasma de la opera"@es
  • "Le Fantôme de l'opéra : roman"
  • "O fantasma da Ópera"
  • "Phantom of the opera"@en
  • "오페라의 유령 = Le fantôme de l'opéra"
  • "THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA"@en
  • "Das Phantom der Oper"
  • "O fantasma da ópera"@pt
  • "Fantom Opery"
  • "Fantoma de la opera : [roman]"
  • "Le fantome de l'opéra"
  • "The Phantom of the opera"@en
  • "The Phantom of the opera"
  • "Prizrak Opery : roman"
  • "To phantasma tēs Operas"
  • "Phantom of the opera = Pisāt hǣng rōngaū parākǭn"
  • "Fantom opery"
  • "Das Phanton der Oper"
  • "The phantom of the opera = 歌劇魅影"
  • "Phantom Of The Opera"@en
  • "Upiór Opery"@pl
  • "Op'era ŭi yuryŏng"
  • "오페라 의 유령 = The phantom of the opera"
  • "The phantom of the Opera : the sensational musical in three dimensions"@en
  • "The phanton of the opera"
  • "Das Phantom der Oper : Roman"
  • "Le fantôme de l'Opéra : roman"
  • "Phantom of the opera = Phantom der Oper"
  • "The phantom of the opera : the sensational musical in three dimensions"
  • "El fantasma de la Ópera"
  • "El fantasma de la Ópera"@es
  • "Fant. ome de l'Opaera"@en
  • "Fanṭom ha-operah"
  • "El fantasma de la Opera"
  • "Upiór opery"
  • "The phantom of the Opera"@en
  • "The phantom of the Opera"
  • "Призрак Оперы : [роман]"
  • "Le Fantôme de l'opéra"
  • "The phantom of the opera = ge ju mei ying"@en
  • "Phantom of the Opera (Musical)"@en
  • "Das Phantom der Oper : Roman. Einzige autor. Übers. aus d. Franz. von Rudolf Brettschneider"
  • "Upiór w Operze"@pl
  • "Le fantome de l'opera"
  • "Le fantome de l'opera"@en
  • "O fantasma da opera"
  • "The phantom of the opera : [level 3]"@en
  • "Le Fantôme de l'Opéra : roman de Gaston Leroux. [Nouvelle édition accompagnée de pages inédites.]"
  • "The phantom of the Opera: the original novel"
  • "El Fantasma de la Ópera"
  • "Fantóm opery"
  • "<&gt"@th
  • "Het spook van de opera"
  • "Le fantôme de l'Opera"
  • "Oopperan kummitus"@fi
  • "Shabaḥ-i Aprā"
  • "오페라의유령 = The phantom of the opera"
  • "Le Fantôme de l'Opéra"
  • "Le fantôme de l'opéra"
  • "Le Fantôme de l'Opéra = Fantom Opery : [zjednodušená verze]"
  • "Prizrak Opery : [roman]"
  • "The phantom of the opera = Het spook van de opera"
  • "Fanton de la Operă"
  • "Le fantome de l opera"
  • "Het spook van de opéra"
  • "Le fantôme de l'Opéra"
  • "The phantom of the opera = Le Fantôme de l'opéra"
  • "The Phantom of the Opera"
  • "The Phantom of the Opera"@en
  • "The phanton of the Opera"
  • "El fantasma de la ópera"
  • "El fantasma de la ópera"@es
  • "˜Theœ phantom of the opera"
  • "O Fantasma da opera"@pt
  • "The phantom of the opera = Ge sheng mei ying"@en
  • "Fantoma de la Operă"
  • "El fantasma de la ópera : (novela)"
  • "Das phantom der oper : Roman"
  • "오페라의유령"
  • "Fantoma de la Opera"
  • "Op'era ŭi yuryŏng = Le fantôme de l'opéra"
  • "O Fantasma da ópera"
  • "To phantasma tēs operas"
  • "Le fantôme de l opéra"
  • "FANTOME DE L'OPERA"
  • "Le Fantome de l' Opera"
  • "The Phantom of the Opera: = Le Fantome de L'Opera"
  • "El fantasma de l'Òpera"
  • "Prizrak Opery"
  • "The Phantom of the Opera : the sensational musical in three dimensions"@en

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