There is a legend about a great bell, called "The Mother of Voices," made of pure gold, three times the size of a man, made by monks many years ago... This is the story told in the marketplace by a Viking called Rolfe. This information finds its way to the Islamic ruler Aly Manush, who is obsessed with finding the bell. But Rolfe claims not to know where the bell is, and escapes, back to his homeland, to convince his father and brother to give him a ship and crew to replace the one he lost - or to help him steal the Death Ship which belongs to the king - because he does know where the bell is... Written by
Gary Dickerson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Greatest Viking Adventure Of Them All!
24 June 1964 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Raubzug der Wikinger
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(Westrex Recording System)
Aspect Ratio: 2.20 : 1
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Did You Know?
Widmark turned the film down four times before finally agreeing to do it on the condition that good friend Sidney Poitier do the part of the villain, a piece of casting that producers initially objected to. See more
Gold, like lead, is a soft and non-resonating material. A bell made of solid gold would "clunk" rather than ring. See more
Arab at bazaar
How can one believe a man with eyes as pale as yours?
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