Alexander the Great
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Alexander the Great est un téléfilm américain réalisé par Phil Karlson, diffusé en 1968.

Le titre fait référence à Alexandre le Grand (quatrième siècle avant Jésus-Christ

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Alexander the Great sur l’Internet Movie Database - Version plus complète en anglais


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