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Lord Robert Darlington (Character)
from Lady Windermere's Fan (1925)

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Lord Darlington


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  1. A Good Woman (2004) Played by Stephen Campbell Moore (as Lord Darlington)

  2. "Theatre Night"
        - Lady Windermere's Fan (1985) TV episode, Played by Kenneth Cranham (as Lord Darlington)
  3. "Estudio 1"
        - El abanico de Lady Windermere (1981) TV episode, Played by Pep Torrents (as Lord Darlington)

  4. Lady Windermeres Fächer (1978) (TV) Played by Karlheinz Hackl (as Lord Darlington)
  5. "Alta comedia"
        - Memorias de una mala mujer (1973) TV episode, Played by Sebastián Vilar (as Lord Darlington)
  6. "BBC Play of the Month"
        - Lady Windermere's Fan (1972) TV episode, Played by Derek Godfrey (as Lord Darlington)

  7. "ITV Playhouse"
        - Lady Windermere's Fan (1967) TV episode, Played by James Villiers (as Lord Darlington)
  8. L'éventail de Lady Windermere (1961) (TV) Played by Henri Garcin (as Lord Darlington)

  9. The Fan (1949) Played by George Sanders

  10. Lady Windermeres Fächer (1935) Played by Karl Günther (as Lord Darlington)

  11. Lady Windermere's Fan (1925) Played by Ronald Colman (as Lord Darlington)

  12. Lady Windermere's Fan (1916) Played by Arthur Wontner (as Lord Darlington)

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From A Good Woman (2004)
Lord Darlington: All of which, mind you, is time well spent in my book. So, yes, I take your point, I can't argue. At the club, we'd be with other people. Afraid we'll be seen? Set the chins wagging? Do you know what I find worse than being talked about? Not being talked about at all. See more »

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