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Captain Bluntschli (Character)
from Arms and the Man (1983) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Bluntschili / Bluntschli / Captain Bruntschi / Hauptmann Bluntschli


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  1. "Theatre Night"
        - Arms and the Man (1989) TV episode, Played by Pip Torrens
  2. Arms and the Man (1983) (TV) Played by Richard Briers (as Bluntschli)

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

  4. O Herói e o Soldado (1961) (TV) Played by Paulo Renato (as Bluntschili)

  5. 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)
  6. "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
  7. "Omnibus"
        - Arms and the Man (1953) TV episode, Played by Jean-Pierre Aumont (as Captain Bruntschi)

  8. Arms and the Man (1946) (TV) Played by André Morell (as Bluntschli)

  9. Arms and the Man (1932) Played by Barry Jones

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From "Theatre Night: Arms and the Man (#4.1)" (1989)
Sergius: Captain Bluntschli!
Bluntschli: Eh?
Sergius: You have deceived me. You are my rival. I brook no rivals. At six o'clock I shall be in the drilling-ground on the Klissoura road, alone, on horseback, with my sabre. Do you understand?
Bluntschli: Oh, thank you, that's a cavalry man's proposal. I'm in the artillery, and I have the choice of weapons. If I go, I shall take a machine gun. And there shall be no mistake about the cartridges this time.
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