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Philip of Macedonia (Character)
from Alexander (2004)

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Alexander -- Alexander, the King of Macedonia and one of the greatest military leaders in the history of warfare, conquers much of the known world.
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Alexander -- Alexander, the King of Macedonia and one of the greatest military leaders in the history of warfare, conquers much of the known world.

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Biography:
Philip (382 - 336 BCE) had spent some years living as a political hostage in Greece (Thebes)... See more »
Alternate Names:
Philip / Philip of Macedon

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  1. Alexander: Hero of Heroes (2007) Played by Kevin O'Meara (as Philip of Macedon)
  2. Alexander (2004) Played by Val Kilmer (as Philip)
    ... aka "Alexander Revisited: The Final Cut" - USA (recut version)
    ... aka "Alexander: Director's Cut" - USA (censored version)

  3. Alexander the Great (1956) Played by Fredric March

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Quotes:
From Alexander the Great (1956)
Philip of Macedonia: There's work to do. Farewell, Aristotle.
Aristotle: Farewell - and take these words with you and use them for what they are worth: Alexander is many things. He is logic, and he is dreams. He is warrior, and he is poet. He is man, and he is spirit. He is your son, but he's also *hers*... and he believes himself to be a god.
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