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Titus Lartius (Character)
from Coriolanus (2011)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Caius Martius Coriolanus

Filmography

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  1. Coriolanus (2014) (TV) Played by Alfred Enoch / Tom Hiddleston (as Caius Martius Coriolanus)
    ... aka "National Theatre Live: Coriolanus" - UK (original title)
  2. Coriolanus (2011) Played by Dragan Micanovic / Ralph Fiennes (as Caius Martius Coriolanus)

  3. The Tragedy of Coriolanus (1984) (TV) Played by Peter Sands
    ... aka "The Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: The Tragedy of Coriolanus" - USA (video title)

  4. Coriolan (1978) (TV) Played by Siegfried Weiß

  5. Coriolanus (1965) (TV) Played by Tim Meats
  6. "The Spread of the Eagle"
        - The Outcast: Coriolanus Acts 4 and 5 (1963) TV episode, Played by Robert Hardy (as Caius Martius Coriolanus)
        - The Voices: Coriolanus Acts 2, 3 and 4 (1963) TV episode, Played by Roger Croucher / Robert Hardy (as Caius Martius Coriolanus)
        - The Hero: Coriolanus Acts 1 and 2 (1963) TV episode, Played by Roger Croucher / Robert Hardy (as Caius Martius Coriolanus)

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Quotes:
From Coriolanus (2014) (TV)
Titus Lartius: O noble fellow!... Who sensibly outdares his senseless sword, and when it bows, stands up? Thou art left, Martius: a carbuncle entire, as big as thou art, were not so rich a jewel. Thou wast a soldier even to Cato's wish. Not fierce and terrible only in strokes; but with thy grim looks and the thunder-like percussion of thy sounds, thou madst thine enemies shake, as if the world were feverous and did tremble.
Cominius: Where's Martius?
Titus Lartius: Lost. Alone he fights within Corioles.
Cominius: O Martius, such a manhood is called foolery, when it stands against a falling fabric. Hadst thou but breathed, we should have come off like Romans: neither foolish in our stands, nor cowardly in retire. Believe me, sirs, we shall be charged again.
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