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Hagbard and Signe (1967)
"Den røde kappe" (original title)

 -  Drama | History  -  16 May 1968 (USA)
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Hagbard
Gitte Hænning ...
Signe
Eva Dahlbeck ...
The Queen
Birgitte Federspiel ...
King Hamund's widow
Lisbeth Movin ...
Bengerd
Johannes Meyer ...
Bilvis
Håkan Jahnberg ...
Bolvis
Manfred Reddemann ...
Hildegisl
Henning Palner ...
Hake
Gisli Alfredsson ...
Sigvald
Folmer Rubæk ...
Helvin
Borgar Garðarsson ...
Alf (as Borgar Gardarsson)
Jörgen Lantz ...
King Hammond (as Jørgen Lantz)
Frederik Tharaldsen ...
Alger
Sisse Reingaard ...
Rigmor
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A Moment of Your Love
from The Red Mantle (US version 1972)
Music by Marc Fredericks
Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
Sung by Judy Scott
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Icelandic Saga Brought to Screen
7 January 2000 | by (Sunnyvale, California) – See all my reviews

This film is similar to Icelandic sagas such as _Njal's Saga_ or _The Lord of the Rings_. It's been thirty years since I've seen it, but I remember that the photography was beautiful and that the film remained "true" to the saga tradition. I would welcome the opportunity to see it again.


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