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Jzef Poniatowski (Character)
from Bóg wojny (1914)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Duke Jzef Poniatowski / Jozef Poniatowski / Poniatowski / Prince Jzef Poniatowski / Prince Poniatowski

Filmography

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  1. "Napoléon et l'Europe" Played by Daniel Olbrychski (as Jozef Poniatowski)
        - Maria Walewska (1991) TV episode, Played by Daniel Olbrychski (as Jozef Poniatowski)

  2. "Napoleon and Love"
        - Maria Walewska (1974) TV episode, Played by Vladek Sheybal (as Prince Poniatowski)

  3. Marie Waleska (1969) (TV) Played by André Falcon (as Poniatowski)
  4. The Ashes (1965) Played by Stanislaw Zaczyk
    ... aka "Popioly" - Poland (original title)

  5. "La caméra explore le temps"
        - Marie Walewska (1957) TV episode, Played by Henri Nassiet (as Poniatowski)

  6. Ulan ksiecia Józefa (1937) Played by Franciszek Brodniewicz (as Prince Jzef Poniatowski)
    ... aka "The Uhlan of Duke Joseph" - USA (informal literal English title)
  7. Conquest (1937) Played by C. Henry Gordon (as Prince Poniatowski)
    ... aka "Maria Walewska" - Ireland (English title) (imdb display title)

  8. Ksiaze Józef Poniatowski (1918) Played by Józef Wegrzyn (as Duke Jzef Poniatowski)
  9. Bóg wojny (1914) Played by Bronislaw Oranowski (as Duke Jzef Poniatowski)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From Conquest (1937)
Polish Senator: If we refuse him, Poland is lost. And there are rumors that Napolean is negotiating with Russia. If France and Russia were friends, think what would happen to Poland.
Count Anastas Walewski: And if we comply?
Polish Senator: We have no assurance, even then.
Prince Poniatowski: That's why we've come to you.
Count Anastas Walewski: To me, Prince?
Polish Senator: Yes, my dear Count, you alone can help us. That is, may I point out to you, my dear Count, that at certain crises in history, the supreme sacrifice has been demanded of a people.
Count Anastas Walewski: What sacrifice from Poland, can we make with honor, gentlemen, that we've not already made? With our sons and grandsons, have not already made?
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