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Abishag (Character)
from Solomon and Sheba (1959)

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Alternate Names:
Abihai / Abisai


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  1. Song of King Solomon (2011) Played by Lucy Rosetta

  2. Solomon (1997) (TV) Played by Maria Grazia Cucinotta

  3. The Jericho Mile (1979) (TV) Played by Thomas K. Abihai (as Abihai)
  4. "Greatest Heroes of the Bible"
        - The Judgment of Solomon (1978) TV episode, Played by Tyne Daly

  5. Koning David (1965) (TV) Played by Kees Coolen (as Abisai)

  6. Solomon and Sheba (1959) Played by Marisa Pavan

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From Solomon and Sheba (1959)
[Abishag enters Solomon's chambers, trying to dissuade him from attending Sheba's pagan ritual]
Solomon: My door was closed. Must you intrude upon my privacy?
Abishag: Can you shut out your conscience by closing the door?
Solomon: Say what you must, then please leave me alone.
Abishag: I come seeking the man I once knew. The man who was noble, gentle and kind, the man who walked with God.
Solomon: Those are mere words, Abishag.
Abishag: I entreat you to listen. When I was a child, you were the world and I adored you. But time passed, and love changed even as I did. My love became that of a woman for a man. But the man became a king, and in his eyes, the woman was still a child. I know how strongly it calls to you. Listen to your people. Their love calls to you, as I call in my love. Listen to them if not to me.
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