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Princess Flavia (Character)
from The Prisoner of Zenda (1952)

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Queen Flavia

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  1. "Futurama"
        - The Prisoner of Benda (2010) TV episode, Played by Tress MacNeille

  2. "The Prisoner of Zenda"
        - Episode #1.6 (1984) TV episode, Played by Victoria Wicks
        - Episode #1.5 (1984) TV episode, Played by Victoria Wicks
        - Episode #1.4 (1984) TV episode, Played by Victoria Wicks
        - Episode #1.3 (1984) TV episode, Played by Victoria Wicks
        - Episode #1.2 (1984) TV episode, Played by Victoria Wicks

  3. The Prisoner of Zenda (1979) Played by Lynne Frederick

  4. "Rupert of Hentzau"
        - The Decision of Fate (1964) TV episode, Played by Barbara Shelley (as Queen Flavia)
        - A Perilous Reunion (1964) TV episode, Played by Barbara Shelley (as Queen Flavia)
        - The Wheel of Chance (1964) TV episode, Played by Barbara Shelley (as Queen Flavia)
        - Audience with the King (1964) TV episode, Played by Barbara Shelley (as Queen Flavia)
        - Return to Zenda (1964) TV episode, Played by Barbara Shelley (as Queen Flavia)
          (1 more)
  5. "The DuPont Show of the Month"
        - The Prisoner of Zenda (1961) TV episode, Played by Inger Stevens

  6. "Shirley Temple's Storybook"
    ... aka "Shirley Temple Storybook Collection" - USA (DVD box title)
    ... aka "The Shirley Temple Show" - USA (second season title)
        - The Wild Swans (1958) TV episode, Played by Olive Deering (as Queen Flavia)
  7. Rupert of Hentzau (1957) (TV) Played by Sarah Lawson (as Queen Flavia)
  8. The Prisoner of Zenda (1952) Played by Deborah Kerr

  9. The Prisoner of Zenda (1937) Played by Madeleine Carroll

  10. Rupert of Hentzau (1923) Played by Elaine Hammerstein (as Queen Flavia)
  11. The Prisoner of Zenda (1922) Played by Alice Terry

  12. Rupert of Hentzau (1915) Played by Jane Gail (as Queen Flavia)
  13. The Prisoner of Zenda (1915) Played by Jane Gail
  14. The Prisoner of Zenda (1913) Played by Beatrice Beckley

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From The Prisoner of Zenda (1937)
Princess Flavia: I sent for you to thank you... for the service you've done this kingdom and its king. No one can know better than I how conscientiously you've played your role. You even... You're hurt! They didn't tell me.
Rudolph Rassendyll: My only hurt is the thought of the pain I've caused you. I love you. With my whole heart and soul, I love you. In all else I've been an impostor, but not in that. From the first moment I saw you in the cathedral... you've been the only woman in the world for me. As I stand now, I know there'll never be any other.
Princess Flavia: It would have made no difference if I'd known. It was always you and never the king. Is it true that you're going home to England?
Rudolph Rassendyll: Tonight. Come with me. I won't give you up. I won't let them stand in the way of our happiness!
Princess Flavia: Oh, if I could...
Rudolph Rassendyll: There's a world outside. Our world. And a throne for you, a woman's throne, in my heart.
Princess Flavia: I want that. And you will always love me? Always, even as now?
Rudolph Rassendyll: Always, always. Oh, my love, think. You'll be free. Free of all these cares and duties... to live your own life, as freely and joyously as... What is it, Flavia?
Princess Flavia: I was born for those cares and duties, Rudolf. Help me to do what I was born to do. Help me to do what I must.
Rudolph Rassendyll: But my dear, how can I? I love you.
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