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Vercingtorix (Character)
from The Gaul (2001)

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The Gaul -- An entire nation's destiny lies in the hands of one man. Druids follows the legendary fate of Vercingetorix, from the sweetness of happy childhood spent with his cheerful father Celtill, to the rise and fall of the Gallic nation in a ferocious battle against Julius Cesar's Roman Empire.
The Gaul -- An entire nation's destiny lies in the hands of one man.

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Vercingetorix (ca. 82-46 BC) was a leader of the Averni... See more »
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  1. Alesia, le reve d'un roi nu (2011) Played by Yann Trégouët (as Vercingetorix)

  2. "Battles BC"
        - Caesar: Super Siege (2009) TV episode, Played by Brian Danner (as Vercingetorix)
  3. "Rome"
        - Triumph (2005) TV episode, Played by Giovanni Calcagno (as Vercingetorix)
        - The Stolen Eagle (2005) TV episode, Played by Giovanni Calcagno (as Vercingetorix)
  4. Caesar (2002) (TV) Played by Heino Ferch (as Vercingetorix)
    ... aka "Julius Caesar" - USA (original title)
  5. The Gaul (2001) Played by Christopher Lambert
    ... aka "Vercingétorix" - France (original title)
    ... aka "Druids" - Canada (English title), USA (imdb display title)
    ... aka "Great Warriors" - Japan (English title) (video title)

  6. Caesar the Conqueror (1962) Played by Rik Battaglia (as Vercingetorix)
    ... aka "Giulio Cesare, il conquistatore delle Gallie" - Italy (original title)

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From Caesar the Conqueror (1962)
Vercingetorix: [to Publia, referring to Claudius Valerian] If you're interested in him, you can either save him or watch him die by slow torture. See more »

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