The Emperor's New Clothes

The Emperor's New Clothes (2001)

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Napoleon is unable to convince Pumpkin that he really is Napoleon and not Eugene Lenormand. He quits his plan of returning to power and decides to live his life as an ordinary man with Pumpkin. He leaves the military uniform and a message for Bommel saying: "Eugene Lenormand has continued on his way..." After his death, Napoleon is buried next to Pumpkin. Eugene Lenormand's body is brought back from the island of St. Helena and buried at Les Invalides.


Napoleon Bonaparte: Six years of English cooking... six years of staring at these dreary walls... and at your gloomy face. You're quite ugly, did you know that? I haven't had the heart to tell you.
Louis Marchand: Yes, sire.

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