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The Borgias: Part 7


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by John Prebble
A serial in ten parts starring Adolfo Celi, Oliver Cotton, Anne Louise Lambert
Lucrezia has been persuaded to agree to another marriage, this time to Alfonso d'Este, eldest son of the Duke of Ferrara; but Cesare demands that her first loyalty be always to him.
Ceefax subtitles on page 270


Writer: John Prebble
Make-up Artists: Lisa Westcott
Costume Designer: Michael Burdle
Designer: Tim Harvey
Producer: Mark Shivas
Director: Brian Farnham
Sigismondo d'Este: Emlyn Price
Ferrante d'Este: Christopher Reich
Ippolite d'Este: Brian Coburn
Cesare Borgia: Oliver Cotton
Michelotto: Maurice O'Connell
Ramiro: Kevin Lloyd
Burchard: Ralph Nossek
Rodrigo Borgia: Adolfo Celi
Captain: Haydn Wood
Luerezia Borgia: Anne Louise Lambert
Mancianni: Jack Elliott
Interrogator: Ronald Herdman
Astorre Manfredi: Mark Harrison
Vannozza: Barbara Shelley
Vitellozzo Vitelli: Trevor Peacock
Paolo Orsini: Martin Potter
Baglioni: Nicholas Le Prevost
Child Rodrigo: Tobias Brough-Taylor
Leonardo da Vinci: Malcolm Hayes
Niccold Machiavelli: Sam Dastor
Bishop Francesco Soderini: John Karlsen
Gaspare Poto: Peter Benson
Jofre Borgia: Louis Selwyn
Sancia: Eleanor David

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