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Nicholas Muss (Character)
from "Doctor Who" (1963)

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TV:
  1. "Doctor Who"
        - Bell of Doom (1966) TV episode, Played by David Weston
        - Priest of Death (1966) TV episode, Played by David Weston
        - The Sea Beggar (1966) TV episode, Played by David Weston
        - War of God (1966) TV episode, Played by David Weston

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From "Doctor Who: The Sea Beggar (#3.23)" (1966)
[first lines]
Gaston de Levis, Viscount de Leran: I tell you, Nicholas, he refuses to take any precautions. Our noble lord, Henri of Navarre, will not believe that the Catholics are plotting to kill him!
Nicholas Muss: Is that so surprising? He's married to the King's sister! He must put on a show of trusting the Catholics.
Gaston de Levis, Viscount de Leran: Trust them! Huh! You know how far we can do that! You told him what the girl overheard?
Nicholas Muss: Yes.
Gaston de Levis, Viscount de Leran: What did he say?
Nicholas Muss: He refuses to pay any attention to a servant girl's story.
Gaston de Levis, Viscount de Leran: But we must convince them! Nicholas, you are the man's secretary. Now speak to de Coligny again, now tell him...
Nicholas Muss: I've done what I can! Now, I must wait until we find out something more, or for the Catholics to make a move.
Gaston de Levis, Viscount de Leran: Their move is likely to be a knife in Navarre's back. What happened to that Englishman, Steven?
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