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

Approved  |   |  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
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Fulvia
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Raniero
Roldano Lupi ...
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Alberto Rabagliati ...
Gennarelli
Paola Mori ...
Tomasina
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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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