BELOW ARE PRODUCTION STILLS, SCANS AND TV CAPTURES
DEPICTING CONNOR'S ROLE IN THE FILM.
THE ROYAL FAMILY OF MACEDON: QUEEN OLYMPIAS (ANGELINA
JOLIE), PRINCE ALEXANDER (CONNOR PAOLO) AND KING PHILIP (VAL KILMER).
CONNOR AND CHRISTOPHER CANTWELL.
ALEXANDER AND THE SONS OF THE NOBILITY ARE TAUGHT BY
THE GREAT PHILOSOPHER, ARISTOTLE (CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER), IN THE RUINS OF A TEMPLE TO PALLAS ATHENA.
OLYMPIAS AND YOUNG ALEXANDER.
THIS PICTURE IS SCANNED FROM A PHOTO FROM AN ARTICLE
ABOUT THE FILM IN PREMIERE MAGAZINE. IT DEPICTS YOUNG ALEXANDER RISING TO TAME THE WILD STALLION, BUCEPHALUS.
OLYMPIAS AND YOUNG ALEXANDER'S FRIENDS FOOK ON WITH
CONCERN AS HE RIDES BUCEPHALUS.
CONNOR BEING FILMED RIDING BUCEPHALUS
"Also trained by Cruz Moral was 13-year-old Connor Paolo, who was cast by Stone to play young Alexander. Paolo had to
master the skills required to effectively portray Alexander's fateful first meeting, and subsequent taming and bonding, with
the wild stallion Bucephalas - a catalyzing moment for a young Alexander, who in achieving what several experienced horsemen
had failed to do, dramatically won his remote father's approval. Having grown up in New York City, Paolo had no prior experience
on horseback. Cruz Moral trained him every day for two months, and by the time the cameras were ready to roll, he rode like
a true Macedonian prince. "
"ALEXANDER'S HORSE WAS AN EXTENSION OF HIS SPIRIT AND HE BONDED WITH
BUCEPHALUS AS MUCH AS HE DID WITH ANY OF HIS GENERALS. IT'S IMPORTANT IN THE FILM...YOU CAN SEE THE LOVE BETWEEN ALEXANDER
-CONNOR PAOLO, ALEXANDER SOUVENIER PROGRAM
THE TWO IMAGES ABOVE ARE SCANNED FROM THE BOOK, "THE
MAKING OF ALEXANDER."