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Il cavaliere dai cento volti (1960)

Two knights, the honorful Riccardo and the sinister Fosco, are rivalling for damsel Zuela.

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Riccardo d'Arce
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Zuela
Livio Lorenzon ...
Conte Fosco Di Vallebruna
Annie Alberti ...
Bianca di Pallanza (as Anny Alberti)
Herbert A.E. Böhme ...
Duca Ambrogio Di Pallanza (as Herbert Boehme)
Tina Lattanzi ...
Ausonia
Alvaro Piccardi ...
Ciro Di Pallanza
Dina De Santis ...
Cinzia
Franco Fantasia ...
Capitano d'Argentero / Silver Knight
Roberto Altamura ...
Rino
Fedele Gentile ...
Giovanni
Gérard Landry ...
Capitano delle guardie
Renato Izzo
Giovanni Vari ...
Quinto
Franco Jamonte
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Riccado d'Arce, a righteous knight, is the secret friend of Ciro, duke Di Pallanzo's son and the secret fiancé of his beautiful sister Bianca. On the other hand a faithless knight, count Fosco Di Villabruna, covets both the duchy and Bianca, and soon becomes Riccardo's sworn enemy. Fosco has Ciro murdered and Riccardo accused of the crime but ... he laughs longest who laughs last! Written by Guy Bellinger

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11 August 1960 (Italy)  »

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Knight of 100 Faces  »

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Great fun
29 August 2001 | by See all my reviews

Great fun in this film, that takes itself not too seriously at all; and featuring a perfect misanthropic father, a suitable shy daughter, the old family feud caused by misunderstanding, a gorgeous Liana Orfei, pretty ideas and a Livio Lorenzon you love to hate once more. Watch for Nello Pazzafini in one of his earliest roles (for 3 seconds he can be seen as one of Lorenzon's man at the feast, being beaten with a pitchfork). Barker is not too fading, too.


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