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Sansˇn Carrasco (Character)
from Don Kikhot (1957)
- Don Quixote, Knight Errant (2002) Played by Santiago Ramos
... aka "El caballero Don Quijote" - Spain (original title)
- Don Quixote (2000) (TV) Played by James Purefoy
- Don Quixote Returns (1997) Played by Boris Livanov Jr. (as Samson Carrasco)
... aka "Don Kikhot vozvrashchaetsya" - Russia (original title)
- "Don Quijote de la Mancha" (1979) TV series Played by Luis Varela (as Bachiller Sansˇn Carrasco)
- Don Quijote cabalga de nuevo (1973) Played by Ricardo Merino (as Bachiller Sansˇn Carrasco)
... aka "Don Quixote Rides Again" - USA (informal literal English title)
- Man of La Mancha (1972) Played by John Castle (as Sanson Carrasco)
- "Don Quijote von der Mancha"
- Teil 4 (1965) TV episode, Played by Sady Rebbot (as Ihr Verlobter Samson Carrasco)
- Teil 3 (1965) TV episode, Played by Sady Rebbot (as Ihr Verlobter Samson Carrasco)
- Teil 2 (1965) TV episode, Played by Sady Rebbot (as Ihr Verlobter Samson Carrasco)
- Teil 1 (1965) TV episode, Played by Sady Rebbot (as Ihr Verlobter Samson Carrasco)
- "The DuPont Show of the Month"
- I, Don Quixote (1959) TV episode, Played by Hurd Hatfield (as Dr. Sanson Carrasco)
- Don Kikhot (1957) Played by Robert Rietty (as Carrasco) / Georgiy Vitsin (as Sanson Carrasco)
... aka "Don Quixote" - USA (literal title)
- Don Quijote de la Mancha (1947) Played by Fernando Rey
- Don Quixote (1933) Played by René Donnio (as Carrasco)
- Don Quichotte (1933/I) Played by René Donnio (as Carrasco)
- Don Quixote (1926) Played by Torben Meyer (as Sancho Carrasco)
- Don Quixote (1923) Played by Bertram Burleigh (as Sanson Carrasco)
The Padre: One might say Jesus was mad... Or Saint Francis.
Dr. Sanson Carrasco: A man who chooses to be mad can also choose to be sane.
The Padre: Oh, yes. It was easy enough planning this enterprise... but it will be difficult to come out of it well. May not the cure be more cruel than the disease?
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