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Giulietta Guicciardi (Character)
from Immortal Beloved (1994)

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Immortal Beloved -- Gary Oldman stars in this tale of a man of genius, a woman of passion and the mystery of a lifetime. The untold story of Ludwig van Beethoven.
Immortal Beloved -- Open-ended Trailer from Columbia

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Alternate Names:
Countess Giulietta Guicciardi / Countess Guicciardi / Giulietta Giuccardi / Guilietta Guicciardi / Juliette Guicciardi / La coumtesse Guicciardi

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  1. "Beethoven"
        - The Rebel (2005) TV episode, Played by Alice Eve (as Countess Giulietta Guicciardi)
  2. Bridgetower (2001) Played by Heather Rome (as Guilietta Guicciardi)

  3. Immortal Beloved (1994) Played by Valeria Golino

  4. Eroica (1949) Played by Judith Holzmeister

  5. The Life and Loves of Beethoven (1936) Played by Jany Holt / Yolande Laffon (as La coumtesse Guicciardi)
    ... aka "Un grand amour de Beethoven" - France (original title)
    ... aka "Beethoven's Great Love" - International (English title)

  6. Der Märtyrer seines Herzens (1918) Played by Nelly Hochwald (as Giulietta Giuccardi)

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From Immortal Beloved (1994)
Ludwig van Beethoven: [sitting secluded in a darkened corner, Miss Guicciardi does not notice him at first] Hello.
Giulietta Guicciardi: [startled, she doesn't realize who she is speaking to] Oh... I didn't see you. I have to go back.
[she turns to leave]
Ludwig van Beethoven: [he gets up] Oh... you are leaving me to go back to that ass who plays like a kitchen maid, all clipped and staccato.
Giulietta Guicciardi: This music is beautiful.
Ludwig van Beethoven: You must be Giulia Guicciardi. I hear there's quite a contest for your charms.
Giulietta Guicciardi: Sir you're rude and offensive. I'm leaving.
[she begins to walk away]
Ludwig van Beethoven: [calling after her] Do you play the piano?
Giulietta Guicciardi: [she stops] What?
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