For all you francophones out there, here's a website featuring the complete works of Molière.
For those of you who don't speak French, here's one of many verse translations of Tartuffe you can find online.
A German language take on the play, brought to you by F.W. Murnau. He's the dude responsible for Nosferatu – quite possibly the freakiest version of Dracula ever filmed.
An American TV production based on Richard Wilbur's translation. Ray Wise, also known as Leland Palmer from Twin Peaks plays Damis.
A French version of the play featuring everybody's favorite Frenchman, Gérard Depardieu.
A fictional interpretation of the life of Molière, in which the playwright is pretending to be a man named Tartuffe.
Here's a portrait of Molière. And, no, he didn't dress up like that all the time. At least not as far as we know.
Elmire attempts to "seduce" Tartuffe while Orgon hides under a table.