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Captain Bluntschli (Character)
from Arms and the Man (1983) (TV)
- "Theatre Night"
- Arms and the Man (1989) TV episode, Played by Pip Torrens
- Arms and the Man (1983) (TV) Played by Richard Briers (as Bluntschli)
- "ITV Saturday Night Theatre"
- Arms and the Man (1971) TV episode, Played by John Standing
- O Herói e o Soldado (1961) (TV) Played by Paulo Renato (as Bluntschili)
- Helden (1958) Played by O.W. Fischer (as Hauptmann Bluntschli)
... aka "Arms and the Man" - USA (informal English title)
... aka "Hero" - USA (literal English title)
- "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
- Arms and the Man (1958) TV episode, Played by Stanley Baker
- Arms and the Man (1952) TV episode, Played by Laurence Payne
- Arms and the Man (1953) TV episode, Played by Jean-Pierre Aumont (as Captain Bruntschi)
- Arms and the Man (1946) (TV) Played by André Morell (as Bluntschli)
- Arms and the Man (1932) Played by Barry Jones
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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