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Crossed Swords (1954)
"Il maestro di Don Giovanni" (original title)

 -  Adventure  -  28 July 1954 (USA)
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Adventurer sets out to save princess' father's kingdom.

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Renzo
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Francesca
Nadia Gray ...
Fulvia
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Raniero
Roldano Lupi ...
Pavoncello
Alberto Rabagliati ...
Gennarelli
Paola Mori ...
Tomasina
Silvio Bagolini ...
Buio
Renato Chiantoni ...
Spiga
Riccardo Rioli ...
Lenzi
Pietro Tordi ...
The Duke
Mimo Billi ...
Miele
Alfredo Rizzo
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Adventurer sets out to save princess' father's kingdom.

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Now this is some damned good Errol
11 April 2006 | by (Jacksonville, Fla) – See all my reviews

Finally got to see this one and really liked it. All I'd ever heard about it was that it was just 'ok' but nothing that special; well if you like Errol in a swashbuckling mode you've got to have this one, take my word! It's very reminiscent of his DON JUAN film and all the better for it. He's slightly jaded and world-weary and is able to laugh at the world's follies (and his own). And you can talk all you want to about his failing looks/health due to alcohol/drug/tobacco/whatever use (He was only five years from death while filming this)- the son of a gun moves in this thing. Swinging his sword, running, jumping in and out of windows. Plus the darned thing is filmed in Italy- real palaces and castles. The print I own is not that great but it's way better than nothing. A cinematic masterpiece? No. Errol doing what Errol does best? Yes Yes YES


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