Prisoners around the world have said that reading The Count of Monte Cristo helped them get through their ordeal.
No ingots or dollars were here, to crown me the little Monte Cristo of a week.
Now you know how that Monte Cristo carried on after he'd proved up.
A long-range four-gun naval battery was established on the western slopes of the Monte Cristo ridge.
It was about a person named Monte Cristo, who was a count, and who could do anything.
They also flashed to Monte Cristo a message—a deplorable message—full of their despair and despondency.
Monte Cristo has something to say of the charms of Normandy.
Furious that he had not been avenged by his son, Morcerf rushed to the house of Monte Cristo.
Never did Monte Cristo with all his wealth sleep in such luxury as that.
They call it Monte Cristo; pay runs eight dollars to the pan.
from television program of this name