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Troilus (Character)
from Troilus & Cressida (1981) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Prince Troilus / Trolus


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  1. Troilus & Cressida (1981) (TV) Played by Anton Lesser
    ... aka "The Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: Troilus & Cressida" - USA (video title)
  2. La guerre de Troie n'aura pas lieu (1981) (TV) Played by Jean-Philippe Puymartin (as Trolus)

  3. Troilus und Cressida (1969) (TV) Played by Gerd Seid
  4. La guerre de Troie n'aura pas lieu (1967) (TV) Played by Gerald Robard (as Trolus)
  5. Troilus and Cressida (1966) (TV) Played by Andrew Murray
  6. "Doctor Who"
        - Horse of Destruction (1965) TV episode, Played by James Lynn
        - Death of a Spy (1965) TV episode, Played by James Lynn
  7. Troilus und Cressida (1964) (TV) Played by Karl-Heinz Pelser
  8. Der trojanische Krieg findet nicht statt (1964) (TV) Played by Michael Ande
  9. "ITV Play of the Week"
        - Tiger at the Gates (1960) TV episode, Played by Richard Palmer (as Prince Troilus)

  10. The Face of Love (1954) (TV) Played by Laurence Payne
  11. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
        - Troilus and Cressida/II (1954) TV episode, Played by John Fraser
        - Troilus and Cressida (1954) TV episode, Played by John Fraser

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From "Doctor Who: Death of a Spy (#3.8)" (1965)
[last lines]
Prince Paris: Now understand me, Cassandra. I will not have one word said against that horse!
Troilus: And neither will I against Cressida!
Cassandra: Will you not? Then woe to the House of Priam. Woe to the Trojans!
Prince Paris: I'm afraid you're a bit late to say 'whoa' to the horse. I've just given instructions to have it brought into the city!
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