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Cassander (Character)
from Immortals (2011)

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Young Cassander

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  1. Immortals (2011) Played by Stephen McHattie
    ... aka "Immortals 3D" - USA (3-D version)

  2. Alexander: Hero of Heroes (2007) Played by Ken Lombard
  3. Alexander (2004) Played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers / Morgan Christopher Ferris (as Young Cassander)
    ... aka "Alexander Revisited: The Final Cut" - USA (recut version)
    ... aka "Alexander: Director's Cut" - USA (censored version)

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From Alexander (2004)
Parmenion: I pray to Apollo you soon realize how far you've turned from your father's path.
Alexander: Damn you Parmenion, by the gods and your Apollo! War was in my father's guts! It wasn't over ripe and reason like yours.
Parmenion: He never lusted for war, Alexander, or enjoyed it so. He consulted his peers in council, among equals! The Macedonian way. He didn't make decisions based on his personal desires.
Alexander: I've taken us further than my father ever dreamed! Old man, we're in knew worlds.
Cassander: Alexander, be reasonable! Were they ever meant to be our equal? Share our rewards? You remember what Aristotle said. An Asian? What would a wedding vow ever mean to a race that has never kept their word to a Greek?
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