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Fitzcarraldo (Character)
from Fitzcarraldo (1982)

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Brian Sweeney Fitzgerald


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  1. Burden of Dreams (1982) Played by Klaus Kinski / Jason Robards
  2. Fitzcarraldo (1982) Played by Klaus Kinski (as Brian Sweeney Fitzgerald)
Archive Footage:
  1. "Welcome to the Basement"
        - Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (2015) TV episode, Played by Klaus Kinski
        - A Trip to the Moon/Charlie Chaplin (2014) TV episode, Played by Klaus Kinski
        - Fitzcarraldo (2012) TV episode, Played by Klaus Kinski / Jason Robards
  2. Spisok korabley (2008) Played by Klaus Kinski
    ... aka "Catalogue of Ships" - International (English title) (informal English title)
  3. My Best Fiend (1999) Played by Jason Robards
    ... aka "Mein liebster Feind - Klaus Kinski" - Germany (original title)
    ... aka "My Best Fiend: Klaus Kinski" - International (English title) (theatrical title)

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From Fitzcarraldo (1982)
Brian Sweeney Fitzgerald - 'Fitzcarraldo': How can anyone learn patriotism from a school book?
Young Missionary: The Government requires it.
Old Missionary: The natives get used to it. Like vaccination.
Young Missionary: The children already feel like little Peruvians. The other day I asked them, "Are you Indians?" "No," they said, "not we, the ones up the river, they are Indians." And then I asked. "What are Indians?" "They said to me "Indians are people who can't read and who don't know how to wash their clothes."
Brian Sweeney Fitzgerald - 'Fitzcarraldo': And what about the older people?
Old Missionary: Well, we can't seem to cure them of the idea that our everyday life is only an illusion, behind which lies the reality of dreams.
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