Take your pick as your questiion is a bit vague and I've found lots of results to a search
still do man?
I think it was based on a true character yes.
sho nuff did
If you go to the site in Paris beside the Moulin Rouge where he was supposidly spotted after the murder of a pimp...You'll find that tours still talk of him.
This will tell you all you ever want to know
Papillon is a memoir by Henri Charrière. It was published in 1970, 25 years after the events of the book. It was translated into English from the original French by author Patrick O'Brian. It has been described as an autobiographical novel or a fictional novel by critics, but Charrière always maintained that the account was accurate and true. The book's title is Charrière's nickname, derived from a butterfly tattoo on his chest (papillon being the French word for butterfly).
Yes, rent the movie Papillon, go to the making of and you will see an interview with the real guy!
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