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Marcus Aquila (Character)
from The Eagle (2011)

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Overview

Biography:
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Alternate Names:
Marcus / Marcus Flavius Aquila / Young Marcus

Filmography

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  1. The Eagle (2011) Played by Channing Tatum (as Marcus) / Bence Gerö (as Young Marcus)

  2. "The Eagle of the Ninth"
        - Valedictory (1977) TV episode, Played by Anthony Higgins (as Marcus Flavius Aquila)
        - The Wild Hunt (1977) TV episode, Played by Anthony Higgins (as Marcus Flavius Aquila)
        - The Lost Legion (1977) TV episode, Played by Anthony Higgins (as Marcus Flavius Aquila)
        - Across the Frontier (1977) TV episode, Played by Anthony Higgins (as Marcus Flavius Aquila)
        - Esca (1977) TV episode, Played by Anthony Higgins (as Marcus Flavius Aquila)
          (1 more)

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Quotes:
From The Eagle (2011)
Marcus Aquila: [about Esca to Placidus and other elevated Romans] He's not a slave. And he knows more about honor and freedom than you ever will. See more »

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