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King Aeetes (Character)
from Jason and the Argonauts (1963)

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Alternate Names:
Aertes / King Laertes / Laertes


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  1. Jason and the Argonauts (2000) (TV) Played by Frank Langella (as Aertes) / Charles Cartmell (as Laertes)

  2. "Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend"
        - Jason and Medea (1999) TV episode, Played by Kent Staines

  3. Jason and the Argonauts (1963) Played by Jack Gwillim

  4. Ercole e la regina di Lidia (1959) Played by Andrea Fantasia (as Laertes)
    ... aka "Hercules Unchained" - UK (imdb display title), USA (dubbed version)
    ... aka "Hercules and the Queen of Lydia" - International (English title) (literal title)
  5. Hercules (1958) Played by Andrea Fantasia (as Laertes)
    ... aka "Le fatiche di Ercole" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "Labors of Hercules" - International (English title) (literal title)
  6. Goddess of Love (1957) Played by Jacques Sernas (as Laertes)
    ... aka "La Venere di Cheronea" - Italy (original title)
    ... aka "The Venus of Cheronea" - International (English title) (informal literal title)

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From Hercules (1958)
Argos: All of you here in the arena? And have you all changed to his ways? Ha. Talk to the men, they speak only of Hercules.
Laertes: He's won their hearts. They won't listen to me. To my way of thinking, he could start them battling against their elders.
Orpheus: No, Laertes. Just watch Hercules, a born master of these things. If he could fight here, he could bring defeat to our enemies. Look at him, standing with Castor and Pollux. Deceit does not go with a man of such qualities.
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