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Rudolph Valentino (Character)
from Valentino (1977)
- Silent Life (2016) Played by Vladislav Kozlov
- Mary and Louise (2014) Played by Dominic Comperatore
... aka "Mary & Louise" - USA (original title)
- Estátuas Vivas (2013) Played by Rodolfo Valentino (as Rodolfo Valentino)
- Return to Babylon (2013) Played by Alex Monty Canawati
- An Extremely Nutty Teacher (2011) Played by Ricardo Pereira (as Rodolfo Valentino)
... aka "Uma Professora Muito Maluquinha" - Brazil (original title)
- "Iskul Bukol" (2011) TV series Played by Fred Lo (as Rudolfo 'Rude' Valentino)
- The Rose Seller (2010) (TV) Played by Patrick Lavoie
- "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles"
- Self Made Man (2008) TV episode, Played by Branden R. Morgan
- DayDreams of Rudolph Valentino (2007) Played by Vladislav Kozlov
- Good Night Valentino (2003) Played by Edoardo Ballerini
- Birth of Babylon (2001) Played by Joe Toppe (as Rudolf Valentino)
- "Teen Angel"
- Honest Abe and Popular Steve (1997) TV episode, Played by Christian Malmin
- Qu'est-ce qu'on attend pour être heureux! (1982) Played by Pierre Vernier
- Bésame, tonta (1982) Played by José María García (as Rodolfo Valentino)
- "Les brillant" (1980) TV series Played by Armand Laroche (as Rodolphe Valentino)
- The World's Greatest Lover (1977) Played by Matt Collins
- Valentino (1977) Played by Rudolf Nureyev
- The Legend of Valentino (1975) (TV) Played by Franco Nero
- Twilight (1969) Played by Kong Sam Oeurn (as Rudolf Valentino)
... aka "Crepuscule" - Cambodia (original title)
- The Magliari (1959) Played by Aldo Bufi Landi (as Rodolfo Valentino)
... aka "I magliari" - Italy (original title)
- Valentino (1951) Played by Anthony Dexter
Natasha Rambova: Here with a loaf of bread, beneath the bough, a flask of wine, a book of verse, and thou beside me, singing in the wilderness, and wilderness is paradise enough.
Rudolph Valentino: Did you write that?
Natasha Rambova: Ha-ha-ha. Omar Khayyam.
Rudolph Valentino: Hey, maybe he can write our subtitles.
Natasha Rambova: Ha-ha-ha. Well, he's sort of retired. Anyway, it'd be kind of a mouthful to say during the big rape scene, don't you think?
Rudolph Valentino: You couldn't, by any chance, be kidding me, could you?
Natasha Rambova: I've never been more serious.
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