Sword of Freedom: Season 1, Episode 4

Caterina (1957)

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The commander of de Medici's guard insults the painters of Florence by commissioning a Venician to make a portrait of his beautiful daughter.

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Edmund Purdom ...
Roland Bartrop ...
Sandro
Kenneth Hyde ...
Marianne Benet ...
Caterina
George Murcell ...
Baglione
William Lucas ...
Tortini
Nora Gordon ...
Maria
Neville Jason ...
Paolo
Howard Lang ...
Major Domo
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The artist's guild is furious when Baglione, the Captain-General of de Medici's guard, hires a Venician to paint his lovely daughter's portrait. When Marco learns that the young woman plans to elope with the painter, he decides to assist the lovers to flee Florence in order to embarrass Baglione, until he learns of plans to steal the young woman's jewels and murder murder her once they are outside the city walls. Written by David Bassler

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[first lines]
Machiavelli: A handsome piece of work, Marco. Who's it for?
Marco del Monte: Baglione.
Machiavelli: So now you work for the Captain-General of de Medici's guard, hmm? I thought such people were your sworn enemies.
Marco del Monte: Art knows no enemies, my friend - particularly amongst those can afford to pay as well as Baglione.
Machiavelli: Bravo! I never expected you to be such a realist.
Marco del Monte: Well, I haven't sat at the foot of Master Machiavelli for nothing.
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