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Filmography by TV series for
Cassius (Character)
from Julius Caesar (1953)

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"The Destiny of Rome" (2 episodes)
  1. Venger César (18 June 2011)  
  2. Rêves d'empire (18 June 2011)  
"Rome" (8 episodes)
  1. Triumph (6 November 2005)  
  2. The Spoils (13 November 2005)  
  3. Kalends of February (20 November 2005)  
  4. Passover (14 January 2007)  
  5. These Being the Words of Marcus Tullius Cicero (28 January 2007)  
  6. Testudo et Lepus (The Tortoise and the Hare) (4 February 2007)  
  7. Heroes of the Republic (11 February 2007)  
  8. Philippi (18 February 2007)  
"Empire" (4 episodes)
  1. Will (28 June 2005)  
  2. Pilot (28 June 2005)  
  3. Fortune's Fool (19 July 2005)  
  4. The Lost Legion (26 July 2005)  
"Cleopatra" (2 episodes)
  1. Part 1 (1 January 1999)  
  2. Part 2 (24 May 1999)  
"Heil Caesar!" (3 episodes)
  1. The Conspirators (12 November 1973)  
  2. Murder of a President (19 November 1973)  
  3. Defeat (26 November 1973)  
"Conflict" (1 episode)
  1. Julius Caesar (30 September 1966)  
"Estudio 1" (2 episodes)
  1. Julio César (24 November 1965)  
  2. Al César lo que es del César (26 October 1973)  
"Julius Caesar" (4 episodes)
  1. Episode #1.1 (5 November 1963)  
  2. Episode #1.2 (12 November 1963)  
  3. Episode #1.3 (19 November 1963)  
  4. Episode #1.4 (26 November 1963)  
"Studio One in Hollywood" (2 episodes)
... aka "Studio One" - USA (original title)
... aka "Studio One Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
... aka "Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
... aka "Westinghouse Studio One" - USA (alternative title)
... aka "Westinghouse Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
  1. Julius Caesar (6 March 1949)  
  2. Julius Caesar (1 August 1955)