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Cerdic (Character)
from King Arthur (2004)

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Cerdic was the first king of Wessex, and, according to tradion... See more »
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  1. King Arthur (2004) Played by Stellan Skarsgård
    ... aka "King Arthur: Director's Cut" - USA (DVD title (director's cut))

  2. "Merlin of the Crystal Cave" Played by Mark Williams
        - The Flight (1991) TV episode, Played by Mark Williams
        - The Cave (1991) TV episode, Played by Mark Williams

  3. King Arthur, the Young Warlord (1975) Played by Rupert Davies (as Cerdig)
  4. "Arthur of the Britons"
        - The Treaty (1973) TV episode, Played by Rupert Davies (as Cerdig)
        - In Common Cause (1973) TV episode, Played by Rupert Davies (as Cerdig)
        - Arthur Is Dead (1972) TV episode, Played by Rupert Davies (as Cerdig)

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From King Arthur (2004)
[Cerdic stops a Saxon soldier raping a captive woman]
Saxon: By our laws, no man may deny me the spoils of our conquest!
Cynric: He speaks the truth, Father.
[Cerdic draws his sword and cuts the raping soldier almost in half]
Scottish Village Girl: Oh, my lord! God's blessings, my lord!
Cerdic: [pushes her away] Kill her.
[the woman screams as the Saxons drag her away. Cerdic approaches Cynric]
Cerdic: Are you challenging me? If you're challenging me, you have to have a sword in your hand. While my heart beats, I rule and you hold your tongue... or I'll cut it out.
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