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Cassander (Character)
from Alexander (2004)

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Young Cassander


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  1. Alexander (2004) Played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers / Morgan Christopher Ferris (as Young Cassander)
    ... aka "Alexander Revisited: The Final Cut" - USA (recut version)
    ... aka "Alexander: Director's Cut" - USA (censored version)
    ... aka "Alexander: The Ultimate Cut" - USA (alternative title)

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From Alexander (2004)
Cassander: Alexander, if we must fight, do so with stealth. Use your numbers well; we should attack tonight when they least expect us.
Alexander: I didn't cross Asia to steal this victory, Cassander.
Cassander: No, you are too honorable for that, no doubt influenced from sleeping with tales of Troy under your pillow. But your father was no lover of Homer's.
Parmenion: The lands west of the Euphrates, Alexander, and his daughter's hand in marriage! Since when has a Greek ever been given such honors?
Alexander: These are not honors, Parmenion, they're bribes! Which the Greeks have accepted too long! You forget, Parmenion, that the man who murdered my father lies across the valley floor.
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