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Albert von Kersten-Rodenfels (Character)
from The Swan (1925)

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Alternate Names:
Prince Albert

Filmography

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  1. The Swan (1956) Played by Alec Guinness (as Prince Albert)
  2. "Actor's Studio"
    ... aka "The Play's the Thing" - USA (last season title)
        - The Swan (1950) TV episode, Played by George Keane (as Prince Albert)

  3. One Romantic Night (1930) Played by Rod La Rocque (as Prince Albert)
    ... aka "The Swan" - USA (reissue title)

  4. The Swan (1925) Played by Adolphe Menjou

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Quotes:
From The Swan (1956)
[last lines]
Prince Albert: Your father used to call you his swan, so I am told. I think that's a good thing to remember. Think what it means to be a swan: to glide like a dream on the smooth surface of the lake, and never go to the shore. On dry land, where ordinary people walk, the swan is awkward, even ridiculous. When she waddles up the bank she painfully resembles a different kind of bird, n'est-ce-pas?
Princess Alexandra: A goose.
Prince Albert: I'm afraid so. And there she must stay, out on the lake: silent, white, majestic. Be a bird, but never fly. Know one song, but never sing it until the moment of death. And so it must be for you, Alexandra: cool indifference to the staring crowds along the bank. And the song? Never.
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