"Part 4" is an episode of The Borgias starring Adolfo Celi, Oliver Cotton, and Anne-Louise Lambert. Lucrezia, confined to a convent, confesses to Cesare (as a priest/cardinal) the identity of her unborn's father. A confrontation with the Pope results in Cesare's arranging the death of a ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
... Rodrigo Borgia
... Cesare Borgia
... Lucrezia Borgia
Alfred Burke ... Giuliano della Rovere
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joanna Andrews ... Carlotta
Yves Beneyton ... Louis XII
Mark Buffery ... Giovanni Sforza
... Sancia
William Ellis ... Perotto
... Swordsman
Maxine Gordon ... Anne of Brittany
Amanda Kirby ... Charlotte d'Albret
Jenifer Landor ... Angelina (as Jennifer Landor)
Kevin Lloyd ... Ramiro
André Maranne ... Bishop Of Orleans
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Lucrezia, confined to a convent, confesses to Cesare (as a priest/cardinal) the identity of her unborn's father. A confrontation with the Pope results in Cesare's arranging the death of a scapegoat. Lucrezia's first husband is required to affirm his impotency to pave the way for her marriage to Alfonzo, with whom she falls in love. Cesare becomes part of an intrigue with Louis, the new king of France who has petitioned the Vatican for annulment of his marriage and a dispensation to marry his brother's widow. Cesare is released from holy orders and allowed to both marry and command an army to assist King Louis in his attempt to subdue Naples and Milan. Meanwhile, Lucrezia is pregnant again and her husband disappears in the night. Written by jeaneva

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4 November 1981 (UK)  »

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