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Quotes for
Cassius (Character)
from Julius Caesar (1953)

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"Empire" (2005)
[Of Caesar]
Cassius: Who ever thought a God would hold so much blood?

[Antony's speech about Caesar]
Brutus: What is he doing?
Cassius: Oh this isn't about Caesar's rein; it's about Antony's!

[On hearing Octavius is Caesar's heir the mob chant his name]
Brutus: Octavius?
Cassius: It is not to Caesar to anoint his successor!
Brutus: They're calling his name...
Cassius: Do you think I can't hear?

Cassius: There's so much suffering in this room. Am I with a woman?

[On Caesar's body]
Brutus: The mob will tear us apart when we take this...
Cassius: They won't see it!
Brutus: How could they miss?

[on the murder of the consuls and apparent murder of Octavius]
Cassius: Believe it or not, the death of Caesar was necessary for the well-being of Rome. For what lofty purpose did you kill these men?

Cassius: Rapax clean your feet, you're going to the Vestal temple.


Julius Caesar (1953)
Cassius: [referring to Julius Caesar] And this man is now become a god.

Cassius: The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,/ But in ourselves that we are underlings.

Cassius: Ye gods, it doth amaze me/ A man of such a feeble temper / Should so get the start of the majestic world/And bear the palm alone.

Cassius: Upon what meat doth this our Caesar feed that he hath grown so great?


"Rome: Philippi (#2.6)" (2007)
[after leading their reserve in an attack, Cassius is brought back to the headquarters on a stretcher, mortally wounded]
Marcus Junius Brutus: Cassius, what happened?
Cassius: Not sure, to be honest. Hell of a birthday...

[On the field of Philippi, shortly before the battle begins]
Marcus Junius Brutus: Heavens, I entirely forgot! Today's your birthday, isn't it?
Cassius: Is it? I believe you're right.
Marcus Junius Brutus: [shaking Cassius' hand] Happy Birthday. Sorry there's no cake.
Cassius: Next year, eh? You bake me an extra big one.
Marcus Junius Brutus: I shan't forget.
Cassius: No cinnamon. Makes me sneeze.
[On the other side of the battlefield]
Mark Antony: If you need to urinate, now would be the time.
Gaius Octavian: I'm fine, thank you.
Mark Antony: Sure? Let us begin then. Watch closely, boy. This is how history is made.
[raising his hand]
Mark Antony: Now, let's have some fun!
[He gives the signal to advance]
Antony's Centurion: ADVANCE!
[On the other side:]
Cassius: [raises his hand, then hesitates] Sorry, rude of me. Would you like the honor?
Marcus Junius Brutus: No no, you do it by all means.
Cassius: Thank you.
[gives the signal to advance]
Cassius's Centurion: ADVANCE!


"Rome: The Spoils (#1.11)" (2005)
Cassius: The people will not accept a tyrant's death unless a Brutus holds the knife.

[Upon seeing graffiti depicting him, literally, stabbing Caesar in the back]
Marcus Junius Brutus: [to a slave] Erase that.
[Cassius appears]
Cassius: I don't know why you're bothering, it's on every wall, every hill in the city... I wouldn't worry too much about scribbles on the wall, Brutus. King Caesar knows you're his loyal friend.
Marcus Junius Brutus: Oh I'm not worried about that, it's just... Do I really look like that?
Cassius: It's near.
[Short pause]
Marcus Junius Brutus: But that's tragic.


"Rome: Kalends of February (#1.12)" (2005)
[Forcing Brutus to raise his hand]
Cassius: Thus always for tyrants!


Caesar (2002) (TV)
[of Caesar]
Marcus Brutus: He spared my life.
Caius Cassius: And took the life of Cato, your wife's father who treated you like a son... Has Portia ceased her mourning?
Marcus Brutus: No... and neither have I.
Caius Cassius: So, you're mourning over Cato's death?
Marcus Brutus: Cassius, yes, I and grieving... but private affections and public duty are not the same thing.
Caius Cassius: And yet they say that in your grief that you just weep and say prayers... and fill your wife's drinking cup and go to bed... And when Caesar comes to you tonight, you'll be like his boy, filling his cup too.
Marcus Brutus: *Who* is saying this? Who?