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The Borgias: Television - THE  BORGIAS   wiki

The Borgias: Television - THE  BORGIAS   wiki
The Borgias: Television - THE  BORGIAS   wiki
The Borgias
The Tudors Borgia
With Oliver Cotton, Maurice O'Connell, Louis Selwyn. Historical story of the ruthless Rodrigo Borgia a man who intends to become Pope and who will not let nothing stand in his way.
The series is based loosely upon the reign of English monarch Henry VIII, and is named after the Tudor dynasty. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegal
starring John Duman as Rodrigo, Isolda Dychauk as Lucrezia, and Mark Ryder as Ceasare. Written by Tom Fontana.



[Untitled] Lucrezia Borgia Cartoon
Ancient Mysteries - Curse of the Borgias
Les Borgia Lucrezia Borgia
Ancient Mysteries - Curse of the Borgias
A 1977 French TV production. Peabody's Improbable History Cartoon
Cartoon Characters: Mr. Peabody, Sherman, Lucrezia Borgia, Lord of Pizaro.
Documentary charting the Borgia Family.



Lucrezia Borgia: Pretty Poison
Isabel
The Other" Borgia Show
Lucrezia Borgia - Pretty Poison
Isabel Borgia
Documentary charting the life of Lucrezia Borgia and the poison rumours Spanish production about queen Isabella of Castille. The show stars in 1461, and first season ends with her coronation in 1474. (Will be on air, in 2012)
Tom Fontana
It was the age of Da Vinci and Michelangelo, of enlightened creativity and unparalleled intellectual achievement. But it was also the age of Machievelli, of rampant lawlessness, incessant war and unspeakable depravity. At the heart of the world order was the Vatican, the arbiter of conflicts between kingdoms and empires. And at the centre of the Vatican was a man whose quest for power would propel him to seek the ultimate prize, the holy see of Rome. He was a man whose name would become synonymous with ruthlessness, and whose reign as pope would be remembered as the most infamous chapter of the history of the Catholic church - Rodrigo Borgia.













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