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Major Sergius Saranoff (Character)
from Arms and the Man (1983) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Leutnant Sergius Slivitzna / Sergius / Sergius Seranoff / Srgio


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  1. "Theatre Night"
        - Arms and the Man (1989) TV episode, Played by Patrick Ryecart (as Sergius Seranoff)
  2. Arms and the Man (1983) (TV) Played by Peter Egan (as Sergius)

  3. "ITV Saturday Night Theatre"
        - Arms and the Man (1971) TV episode, Played by Laurence Harvey

  4. O Herói e o Soldado (1961) (TV) Played by José de Castro (as Srgio)

  5. Helden (1958) Played by Jan Hendriks (as Leutnant Sergius Slivitzna)
    ... aka "Arms and the Man" - USA (informal English title)
    ... aka "Hero" - USA (literal English title)
  6. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
        - Arms and the Man (1952) TV episode, Played by Peter Copley

  7. Arms and the Man (1946) (TV) Played by Francis James

  8. Arms and the Man (1932) Played by Maurice Colbourne (as Sergius Seranoff)

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From "Theatre Night: Arms and the Man (#4.1)" (1989)
Sergius: Bluntschli, I have allowed you to call me a blockhead. You may now call me a coward as well. I refuse to fight you. Do you know why?
Bluntschli: No, but it doesn't matter. I didn't ask the reason when you cried on and I don't ask the reason now that you cry off. I'm a professional soldier. I fight when I have to and am very glad to get out of it when I haven't to. You're only an amateur; you think fighting's an amusement.
Sergius: You shall hear the reason all the same, my professional. The reason is that it takes two men - real men - men of heart, blood and honor - to make a genuine combat. I could no more fight with you than I could make love to an ugly woman. You've no magnetism: you're not a man, you're a machine.
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