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Enobarbus (Character)
from Antony and Cleopatra (1974) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Ahenobarbus / Enobarbo


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  1. "Cleopatra" (1999) TV series Played by Daragh O'Malley (as Ahenobarbus)

  2. Antony and Cleopatra (1984) (TV) Played by Barrie Ingham
  3. "The Cleopatras"
        - 35 BC (1983) TV episode, Played by Matthew Long (as Ahenobarbus)
  4. Antony & Cleopatra (1981) (TV) Played by Emrys James
    ... aka "The Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: Antony & Cleopatra" - USA (video title)

  5. Antony and Cleopatra (1974) (TV) Played by Patrick Stewart
  6. Antony and Cleopatra (1972) Played by Eric Porter
  7. The Notorious Cleopatra (1970) Played by John Vincent
    ... aka "The Notorious Black Cleopatra" - USA (reissue title)

  8. Antoine et Cléopâtre (1967) (TV) Played by Pierre Meyrand
  9. Antonio e Cleopatra (1965) (TV) Played by Renzo Palmer (as Enobarbo)
  10. Antonius und Cleopatra (1963) (TV) Played by Carl Lange
  11. Toto and Cleopatra (1963) Played by Franco Sportelli (as Enobarbo)
    ... aka "Totò e Cleopatra" - Italy (original title)

  12. Antony and Cleopatra (1959) (TV) Played by Ken Goodlet
  13. Two Nights with Cleopatra (1954) Played by Alberto Talegalli (as Enobarbo)
    ... aka "Due notti con Cleopatra" - Italy (original title)

  14. Cleopatra (1934) Played by C. Aubrey Smith

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From Antony and Cleopatra (1974) (TV)
Enobarbus: The barge she sat in, like a burnis'd throne/Burned on the water: the poop was beaten gold./Purple the sais, and so perfumed/ That the winds were lovesick with them./ The oars were silver, which to the tune of flutes kept stroke, and made/ The water which they beat to follow faster/ As amorous of their strokes. See more »

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