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Harold Abrahams (Character)
from Chariots of Fire (1981)

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Chariots of Fire -- An inspirational look at the competitive spirit, featuring two runners competing for Olympic glory in their own fashion and for their own separate reasons.
Chariots of Fire -- Trailer for Chariots of Fire
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Chariots of Fire -- Trailer for Chariots of Fire

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Harold Maurice Abrahams, CBE (15 December 1899 - 14 January 1978) was a Jewish British athlete... See more »

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  1. The Four Minute Mile (1988) (TV) Played by Richard Wilson
  2. Chariots of Fire (1981) Played by Ben Cross
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  1. "20 to 1"
        - Magnificent Movies (2006) TV episode, Played by Ben Cross

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Quotes:
From Chariots of Fire (1981)
Henry Stallard: [the athletes are playing cricket in the ballroom of their hotel. Henry Stallard is the umpire; Aubrey Montague bowls a delivery to Eric Liddell, batting] No ball!
Harold M. Abrahams: [desperate to get into bat] Come on, Aubrey, the old leg-break!
Harold M. Abrahams: [Aubrey bowls another delivery, which deceivingly appears to have gotten Eric out] HowZAT!
Henry Stallard: Not out!
Harold M. Abrahams: What do you mean, not out? You could've heard it from bloody Bournemouth! Come on, Liddell, my innings.
Eric Liddell: I didn't touch it, I swear it, must've been the crack of my wrist!
Harold M. Abrahams: He's out I tell you, you're all deaf - deaf and bloody blind! Aubrey I ask you, for God's sake!
Harold M. Abrahams: [No response from Aubrey, dramatic pause]
[punching the air]
Harold M. Abrahams: It's not FAIR!
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