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Raina Petkoff (Character)
from Arms and the Man (1983) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Raina / Rana


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  1. "Theatre Night"
        - Arms and the Man (1989) TV episode, Played by Helena Bonham Carter
  2. Arms and the Man (1983) (TV) Played by Alice Krige (as Raina)

  3. "ITV Saturday Night Theatre"
        - Arms and the Man (1971) TV episode, Played by Anna Calder-Marshall

  4. O Herói e o Soldado (1961) (TV) Played by Lourdes Norberto (as Rana)

  5. Helden (1958) Played by Liselotte Pulver
    ... aka "Arms and the Man" - USA (informal English title)
    ... aka "Hero" - USA (literal English title)
  6. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
        - Arms and the Man (1958) TV episode, Played by Susan Maryott
        - Arms and the Man (1952) TV episode, Played by Marcia Ashton

  7. Arms and the Man (1946) (TV) Played by Rosemary Scott

  8. Arms and the Man (1932) Played by Anne Grey

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From "Theatre Night: Arms and the Man (#4.1)" (1989)
Bluntschli: You never saw a cavalry charge, did you?
Raina: How could I?
Bluntschli: Ah, perhaps not - of course not. Well, it's a funny sight. It's like slinging a handful of peas against a window pane: first one comes, then two or three close behind him and then all the rest in a lump.
Raina: [in rapture] Yes, the first one! - the bravest of the brave!
Bluntschli: Hm! you should see the poor devil pulling at his horse.
Raina: Why should he pull at his horse?
Bluntschli: [impatient of such a silly question] It's running away with him, of course! Do you suppose the fellow wants to get there before the others and be killed?
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