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Charlie Kohler (Character)
from Shoot the Piano Player (1960)

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Shoot the Piano Player -- Clip: Montage

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Alternate Names:
Edouard Saroyan / Edward Saroyan

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  1. Ararat (2002) Played by Charles Aznavour (as Edward Saroyan)

  2. Shoot the Piano Player (1960) Played by Charles Aznavour / Charles Aznavour (as Edouard Saroyan)
    ... aka "Tirez sur le pianiste" - France (original title)
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  1. "Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood"
        - Fade Out, Fade In (2010) TV episode, Played by Charles Aznavour / Charles Aznavour (as Edouard Saroyan)

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From Ararat (2002)
Raffi: But he thinks Turkey was at war with Armenia. Doesn't it bother you that he doesn't get the history?
Edward Saroyan: No, not really.
Raffi: I mean why didn't you explain to him that we were citizens, we were Turkish citizens. We had a right to be protected.
Edward Saroyan: Are you driving him home?
Raffi: Yeah.
Edward Saroyan: Huh. Take this.
[hands him dollar bills]
Edward Saroyan: Buy him a bottle of champagne. Let him think that he has done something special.
Raffi: Something special? I'm sorry, Mr Saroyan, I don't think I understand.
Edward Saroyan: Young man, do you know what still causes so much pain? It's not the people we lost, or the land. It's to know that we could be so hated. Who are these people, who could hate us so much? How can they still deny their hatred? And so hate us... hate us even more?
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