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Sir Peter Teazle (Character)
from "World Theatre: The School for Scandal (#1.7)" (1959)

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Alternate Names:
Sir Peter Teakle

Filmography

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  1. The Duchess (2008) Played by Bruce Mackinnon

  2. "Great Performances"
        - The School for Scandal (1975) TV episode, Played by Bernard Behrens
  3. "BBC Play of the Month"
        - The School for Scandal (1975) TV episode, Played by Bernard Lee

  4. Wie lernt man Liebe? (1967) (TV) Played by Kieth Engen

  5. "World Theatre"
        - The School for Scandal (1959) TV episode, Played by Felix Aylmer
  6. Skandalskolan (1958) (TV) Played by Hans Strååt
  7. Shkola zlosloviya (1952) Played by Mikhail Yanshin
    ... aka "The School of Calomny" - International (English title) (informal literal title)
    ... aka "The School of Scandal" - International (English title) (informal literal title)
  8. "The Ford Theatre Hour"
        - The School for Scandal (1950) TV episode, Played by Ian Keith

  9. School for Scandal (1930) Played by Basil Gill

  10. The School for Scandal (1923/II) Played by Frank Stanmore
  11. The School for Scandal (1923/I) Played by Russell Thorndike (as Sir Peter Teakle)

  12. The School for Scandal (1914) Played by James B. Ross

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Quotes:
From The Duchess (2008)
[from trailer]
Georgiana, The Duchess of Devonshire: I fail to comprehend how far we are fully committed to the concept of freedom.
Sir Peter Teazle: Freedom in moderation.
Georgiana, The Duchess of Devonshire: The concept of freedom is an absolute.
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