Some articles on valiant:
... Eddie Valiant First appearance Who Censored Roger Rabbit? Portrayed by Bob Hoskins Information Species Human Gender Male Significant other(s) Dolores Edward "Eddie ... In the original novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit?, Eddie Valiant is a fictional modern day Californian private detective hired by comic book star Roger Rabbit to investigate the workings of Roger's ... When Roger is found dead, and his final words having been censored out, Valiant is soon sent on the case of tracking Rogers' murderers ...
... Knight Valiant (portrayed by Will Mellor) was a knight who came to Camelot to battle in the annual sword-fighting tournament ... a magical shield covered with painted snakes, which came to life at Valiant's command ... use of magic was revealed by Merlin and Arthur killed Knight Valiant in the finale of the tournament ...
... In the first season episode, Valiant, Ewan was bitten by the snakes on Valiant's enchanted shield during the annual sword-fighting tournament ... Gaius managed to procure an antidote, but Valiant discovered that Ewan had survived and that Merlin had discovered his scheme ...
... All the Brothers Were Valiant is a 1919 novel by Ben Ames Williams ... It has been adapted to film three times, all by MGM All the Brothers Were Valiant (1923), Across to Singapore (1928) and All the Brothers Were Valiant (1953) ...
... See also List of people known as the Valiant James Valiant (1884-1917), English cricketer Jimmy Valiant (born 1942), professional wrestler Leslie Valiant (born 1949), British computer ...
Famous quotes containing the word valiant:
“In faith, he is a worthy gentleman,
Exceedingly well read, and profited
In strange concealments, valiant as a lion,
And wondrous affable, and as bountiful
As mines of India.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“At Eutaw Springs the valiant died;
Their limbs with dust are covered oer
Weep on, ye springs, your tearful tide;
How many heroes are no more!”
—Philip Freneau (17521832)
“There was a deserted log camp here, apparently used the previous winter, with its hovel or barn for cattle.... It was a simple and strong fort erected against the cold, and suggested what valiant trencher work had been done there.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)