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George Emerson (Character)
from A Room with a View (1985)

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Alternate Names:
George Emerson Jnr.

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TV:
  1. A Room with a View (2007) (TV) Played by Rafe Spall

  2. "BBC Play of the Month"
        - A Room with a View (1973) TV episode, Played by Tom Chadbon

  3. "ITV Play of the Week"
        - A Room with a View (1958) TV episode, Played by Trader Faulkner (as George Emerson Jnr.)
Archive Footage:
  1. The 59th Annual Academy Awards (1987) (TV) Played by Julian Sands
  2. Especial Oscars 86 (1987) (TV) Played by Julian Sands

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Quotes:
From A Room with a View (1985)
Reverend Beebe: It's not coincidental that you're here now, when one comes to reflect on it.
George Emerson: I *have* reflected. It's fate. Everything is fate.
Reverend Beebe: You've not reflected at all. Let me cross-examine you. Where did you meet Mr. Vyse, who will marry Miss Honeychurch?
George Emerson: The National Gallery.
Reverend Beebe: Looking at Italian art! You see, you talk of coincidence and fate. You're naturally drawn to things Italian, as are we and all our friends, aren't we, Freddy? That narrows the field immeasurably.
George Emerson: It is fate. But call it Italy if it pleases you, Vicar.
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