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Filmography by type for
Rey Fernando V 'El Catlico' (Character)
from Christopher Columbus (1992)

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Alternate Names:
Ferdinand de Aragon / Fernando de Aragn / King Ferdinand / Rey Fernando / Rey Fernando II 'El Catlico' / Rey Fernando de Aragn / Rey Fernando el Catlico


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  1. Goya's Ghosts (2006) Played by Manuel Brun (as King Ferdinand)
  2. Mad Love (2001) Played by Héctor Colomé (as Rey Fernando de Aragn)
    ... aka "Juana la Loca" - Spain (original title)
    ... aka "Madness of Joan" - USA
    ... aka "Madness of Love" - USA

  3. 1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992) Played by Fernando García Rimada (as King Ferdinand)
  4. Carry on Columbus (1992) Played by Leslie Phillips (as King Ferdinand)
    ... aka "Carry on Christopher Columbus" - International (English title) (informal title)
  5. Christopher Columbus (1992) Played by Tom Selleck (as King Ferdinand)
    ... aka "Christopher Columbus: The Discovery" - UK (original title)

  6. Juana la Loca... de vez en cuando (1983) Played by José Luis López Vázquez (as Rey Fernando II 'El Catlico')
  7. Cristóbal Colón, de oficio... descubridor (1982) Played by Luis Varela (as Rey Fernando el Catlico)

  8. La espada negra (1976) Played by Juan Ribó (as Fernando de Aragn)
    ... aka "The Black Sword" - International (English title) (informal literal title)

  9. Dawn of America (1951) Played by José Suárez (as Rey Fernando el Catlico)
    ... aka "Alba de América" - Spain (original title)
  10. Hare We Go (1951) Played by Mel Blanc (as King Ferdinand)

  11. Christopher Columbus (1949) Played by Francis Lister (as King Ferdinand)
  12. Fuenteovejuna (1947) Played by Julio Peña (as Rey Fernando el Catlico)
  13. Cristóbal Colón (1943) Played by José Baviera (as Rey Fernando el Catlico)

  14. Columbus (1923) Played by Robert Gaillard (as King Ferdinand)

  15. Christophe Colomb (1916) Played by Marcel Verdier (as King Ferdinand)
  16. The Coming of Columbus (1912) Played by Marshall Stedman (as King Ferdinand)
  1. "Isabel"
        - Episode #3.11 (2014) TV episode, Played by Rodolfo Sancho (as Fernando de Aragn)
        - Episode #3.10 (2014) TV episode, Played by Rodolfo Sancho (as Fernando de Aragn)
        - Episode #3.9 (2014) TV episode, Played by Rodolfo Sancho (as Fernando de Aragn)
        - Episode #3.8 (2014) TV episode, Played by Rodolfo Sancho (as Fernando de Aragn)
        - Episode #3.7 (2014) TV episode, Played by Rodolfo Sancho (as Fernando de Aragn)
          (28 more)
  2. "Da Vinci's Demons"
        - The Tower (2013) TV episode, Played by Philip Arditti (as King Ferdinand)

  3. "Secret Files of the Inquisition"
        - The Tears of Spain (2006) TV episode, Played by Nicola Carpi-Neli (as Ferdinand de Aragon)

  4. "True Adventures of Christopher Columbus" (1992) TV series Played by Tim Pigott-Smith (as King Ferdinand)
  5. Bye Bye Columbus (1991) (TV) Played by Alex Jennings (as King Ferdinand)

  6. "Christopher Columbus" (1985) TV series Played by Nicol Williamson (as King Ferdinand)

  7. "El teatro"
        - Fuenteovejuna (1975) TV episode, Played by Ricardo Tundidor (as Rey Fernando)
  1. Kidz History: Coming to America (2008) (V) Played by Powers Ward (as King Ferdinand)

  2. Christopher Columbus (1991) (V) Played by Ray Porter (as King Ferdinand)
    ... aka "Animated Hero Classics: Christopher Columbus" - USA (series title)

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From "Isabel: Episode #2.5" (2013)
Fernando de Aragón: Have you noticed the motto in my shield?
Duque de Medina Sidonia: "It ammounts to the same".
Fernando de Aragón: Do you know what it means? They say Alexander the Great was told that if he untied a certain intricate knot he would become lord of Asia. Having his sword at hand he declined to waste the time untying it and cut the knot. Problem solved. It amounts to the same: cutting and untying. That's where my motto comes from. Neither me nor the Queen like to delay in obtaining our interests, believe me in that. You won't see difference between male and female.
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