Production info

Antony and Cleopatra
USA/New Zealand, 2000  TV  

TV-series Xena, Warrior Princess

Lucy Lawless, Renee O'Connor
Directed by Michael Hurst

  

Xena, a mighty warrior and healer, once led a band of outlaws that terrorized all of Greece. She has come to regret the harm she caused and now travels the countryside seeking adventure and fighting the forces of evil. When Cleopatra is murdered, Xena poses as the Egyptian queen in order to find out the identity of the killer, while romancing Marc Antony.

Episode 108 (season 5, episode 18) of the sf-action series "Xena, Warrior Princess" (1995-2001). Also known as "Love and Death in Alexandria". The Cleopatra character appeared for the first time in this series in episode 54 "The King of Assassins" (1997).


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