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Billy Budd (Character)
from "Encounter" (1953)

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  1. Billy Budd (1998) (TV) Played by Dwayne Croft

  2. Billy Budd (1988) (TV) Played by Thomas Allen
  3. Billy Budd (1980) (TV) Played by Porgy Franssen

  4. Billy Budd (1962) Played by Terence Stamp

  5. "The DuPont Show of the Month"
        - Billy Budd (1959) TV episode, Played by Don Murray
  6. "Encounter"
    ... aka "General Motors Presents" - Canada (original title)
    ... aka "CBC Theatre" - Canada (English title) (series title)
    ... aka "Ford Television Theatre" - Canada (English title) (series title)
    ... aka "General Motors Theatre" - Canada (English title) (new title)
        - Billy Budd (1955) TV episode, Played by William Shatner

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From Billy Budd (1962)
William O'Daniel, maintopman: [After Jenkons' burial at sea] Well, that's the end of Enoch Jenkins. Over the side he goes and his mates soon forget him.
Alan Payne, maintopman: They'll not forget him so soon, I'm thinking.
The Dansker, sailmaker: Ah, whatever happened to Jenkins, he ain't worried now. He got a hundred fathoms between him and the troubles of his life.
Billy Budd: I'd rather be buried at sea than on the shore when I come to die. Will you stand by the plank, mates, so I can shake a friendly hand before I sink?
[After a pause, they all laugh]
Billy Budd: .
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