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The clip bath house Part 3 from Spartacus (1960) What's your fee? My election as First Consul, command of all the legions of Italy, and the abolition of senatorial authority over the courts. Dictatorship. Order. Let me know if my terms are acceptable. I can tell you now. They're unacceptable. For the present, perhaps, but times change and so does the Senate. When that day comes, I shall be ready. Convey my respects to your wife. With pleasure. He's right, you know. If something isn't done about Spartacus, the Senate will change. And Crassus will save Rome from the slave army by assuming dictatorship. But that depends on which way Spartacus jumps. Just now he's trying to get out of Italy. If he succeeds, the crisis is over and Crassus may stay in retirement indefinitely. I've arranged for Spartacus to escape from Italy. What? I've made a little deal with the Cilician pirates. I've assured them that we won't interfere if they transport Spartacus and his slaves out of Italy. So now we deal with pirates. We bargain with criminals. Don't be so stiff-necked. Politics is a practical profession. If a criminal has what you want, you do business with him.
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The clip bath house Part 2 from Spartacus (1960) I want you to come back to your own kind. I beg you to. Is it me you want, or is it the garrison? Both. Tell me frankly. If you were I, would you take the field against Spartacus? Of course. Why? We have no other choice if we're to save Rome. Ah, Caesar! Which Rome? Theirs or ours? You know Gracchus is my friend. I won't betray him. Caesar? Which is worse? To betray a friend or betray Rome herself? My dear Crassus, I face no such choice. You will, sooner than you think. Good afternoon, Crassus. I've been looking for you. Your new master. The Senate's been in session all day over this business with Spartacus. We've got eight legions and no one to lead them. The minute you offer the general's command, they start wheezing like winded mules. I've seen such epidemics before, haven't you? How's your health? Excellent, as you very well know. I take it the Senate's now offering the command to me. You've been expecting it. I have. Have you thought how costly my services might be? We buy everything else these days. No reason why we shouldn't be charged for patriotism.
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