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Caius Martius Coriolanus (Character)
from Coriolanus (2011)
- "National Theatre Live"
- Coriolanus (2014) TV episode, Played by Tom Hiddleston
- "The Shakespeare Series"
- The Tragedy of Coriolanus (2013) TV episode, Played by Gregory Mikell (as Coriolanus)
- Coriolanus (2011) Played by Ralph Fiennes
- The Tragedy of Coriolanus (1984) (TV) Played by Damien Franklin (as Young Marcius)
... aka "The Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: The Tragedy of Coriolanus" - USA (video title)
- Coriolanus (1979) (V) Played by Morgan Freeman (as Coriolanus)
- Coriolanus (1965) (TV) Played by John Nightingale (as Coriolanus)
- Coriolano: eroe senza patria (1964) Played by Gordon Scott (as Coriolanus)
... aka "Thunder of Battle" - Ireland (English title) (imdb display title), UK
- "The Spread of the Eagle"
- The Outcast: Coriolanus Acts 4 and 5 (1963) TV episode, Played by Robert Hardy (as Coriolanus)
- The Voices: Coriolanus Acts 2, 3 and 4 (1963) TV episode, Played by Robert Hardy (as Coriolanus)
- The Hero: Coriolanus Acts 1 and 2 (1963) TV episode, Played by Robert Hardy (as Coriolanus)
- "Studio One in Hollywood"
... aka "Studio One" - USA (original title)
... aka "Studio One Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
... aka "Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
... aka "Westinghouse Studio One" - USA (alternative title)
... aka "Westinghouse Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
- Coriolanus (1951) TV episode, Played by Richard Greene (as Coriolanus)
Coriolanus: My name is Caius Martius - who hath done to thee particularly, and to all the Volsces, great hurt and mischief. Thereto witness my surname: Coriolanus. The painful service, the extreme dangers and the drops of blood shed for my thankless country, are requited with that surname. A good memory, and witness of the malice and displeasure which thou shouldst bear me. Only that name remains. The cruelty and envy of the people, permitted by our dastard nobles, who have all forsook me, hath devoured the rest and suffered me by the voice of slaves to be whooped out of Rome. Now this extremity hath brought me to thy hearth. Not out of hope, mistake me not, to save my life, for if I had feared death, of all the men in the world, I would have avoided thee. But in mere spite, to be full quit of those my banishers, stand I before thee here. Then if thou hast a heart of wreck in thee, that wilt revenge thine own particular wrongs, and stop those mains of shame seen through thy country, speed thee straight, and make my misery serve thy turn. So use it that my revengeful service may prove as benefits to thee. For I will fight against my cankered country with the spleen of all the under fiends. But if so be thou darest not this, and that to prove more fortunes, thou art tired, then, in a word, I also am longer to live most weary. And do present my throat to thee and thy ancient malice, which not to cut would show thee but a fool...
[Coriolanus drops to his knees]
Coriolanus: ...since I have ever followed thee with hate, drawn tuns of blood out of thy country's breast, and cannot live but to thy shame, unless it be to do thee service.
[Volscian Lieutenant, who approached Coriolanus from behind with a blade, exchanges the blade with Aufidius's handkerchief]
Aufidius: O Martius, Martius. Each word thou hast spoke hath weeded from my heart a root of ancient envy.
[Aufidius comes from behind Coriolanus, holding the knife to his neck]
Aufidius: If Jupiter should from yon cloud speak divine things and say 'tis true'...
[Aufidius kisses Coriolanus's forehead]
Aufidius: ...I'd not believe them more than thee... all noble Martius!
[From behind, Aufidius pretends to cut Coriolanus's throat and runs around]
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