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Francesc Gacet (Character)
from "Borgia" (2011)

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Alternate Names:
Gacet

Filmography

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  1. "Borgia"
        - 1499 (2014) TV episode, Played by Art Malik (as Gacet)
        - 1495 (2014) TV episode, Played by Art Malik (as Gacet)
        - 1496 (2014) TV episode, Played by Art Malik (as Gacet)
        - 1498 (2014) TV episode, Played by Art Malik (as Gacet)
        - 1500 (2014) TV episode, Played by Art Malik (as Gacet)
          (27 more)

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Quotes:
From "Borgia: Ascension (#2.5)" (2013)
[first lines]
Francesc Gacet: [banging on the door to his bed chamber] Holiness, he is almost here! Holiness, please! Holiness.
Alfonso D'Este: [crowd chanting Hail Cesare!] Did you ever imagine the walls the eternal city would echo your name as they once did for your namesakes Julius and Augustus Caesar? Be honest. Does not this hero's welcome live up to your boyhood dreams?
Cesare Borgia: Even more so.
Juan Borgia Lanzol: Then why so dour?
Cesare Borgia: Dour? My face beams like the sun on a blue day.
Alfonso D'Este: You shine brightly - for show.
Cesare Borgia: They sing my praises for eliminating Savonarola. In their eyes, an enemy to Rome. But my goal in manipulating the monks there, it was not to save Christendom or my father.
Juan Borgia Lanzol: You're wrong. You efforts were on behalf of Holy Mother Church.
Alfonso D'Este: And that divine entity towers above Rodrigo Borgia, Savonarola, or any man.
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