The Borgias Trailer

The Borgias Trailer (1981)

14 October 1981 Drama, History, TV Movie 500 mins

Historical story of the ruthless Rodrigo Borgia a man who intends to become Pope and who will not let anything stand in his way.

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Cast

Oliver Cotton

as Cesare Borgia

Maurice O'Connell

as Michelotto

Anne-Louise Lambert

as Lucrezia Borgia

Louis Selwyn

as Jofre Borgia

Adolfo Celi

as Rodrigo Borgia

Ralph Nossek

as Johann Burchard

Eleanor David

as Sancia

Barbara Shelley

as Vannozza Canale

Alfred Burke

as Giuliano della Rovere

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 14 October 1981

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