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Antigonus (Character)
from The Winter's Tale (1962) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Antigones / General Antigonus

Filmography

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  1. The Virgin Herod (2011) Played by Jonathan Rind

  2. Alexander (2004) Played by Ian Beattie
    ... aka "Alexander Revisited: The Final Cut" - USA (recut version)
    ... aka "Alexander: Director's Cut" - USA (censored version)
    ... aka "Alexander: The Ultimate Cut" - USA (alternative title)

  3. The Winter's Tale (1999) (TV) Played by Jeffry Wickham
  4. "Reign: The Conqueror" (1997) TV series Played by Beau Billingslea (as Antigones)
    ... aka "Alexander Senki" - Hong Kong (original title)
    ... aka "Alexander" - International (English title)
  5. "Shakespeare: The Animated Tales"
        - The Winter's Tale (1994) TV episode, Played by Timothy Bateson

  6. The Winter's Tale (1981) (TV) Played by Cyril Luckham
    ... aka "The Complete Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare: The Winter's Tale" - USA (video title)

  7. Alexander the Great (1968) (TV) Played by Joseph Cotten
  8. "Off to See the Wizard"
        - Alexander the Great (1968) TV episode, Played by Joseph Cotten (as General Antigonus)
  9. The Winter's Tale (1967) Played by Alan Foss
  10. Ein Wintermärchen (1965) (TV) Played by Hans Musäus
  11. The Winter's Tale (1962) (TV) Played by Geoffrey Bayldon

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Quotes:
From Alexander (2004)
[after Alexander's wedding to Roxane]
Philotas: But what's the point Alexander? She's your captive; just take her as your concubine!
Alexander: Because I want a son. Damn you, Philotas
Philotas: Half your nobles have sisters who would make fine Macedonian mothers.
Alexander: To take an Asian as my queen, not a captive, is a sign of deep respect for our subjects. It will, more than anything, bring us together. Unify us. Which is not to say I won't take a Macedonian one day.
Philotas: As a second wife? And insult Macedonia?
Antigonus: Never will our people accept this girl's son as king. They'll be angry enough when they find out their husbands all have second wives in Barbaria.
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