A self-proclaimed "knight" and his hapless squire travel the Spanish countryside, attacking "giants" that are really windmills in his attempt to win the love of the fair Dulcinea.

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Robert Eddison ...
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Paul Whitsun-Jones ...
1st Innkeeper
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Officer of the Holy Brotherhood
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Gwen Nelson ...
Housekeeper
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Harlot
Brian Spink ...
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1st Prisoner
Walter Sparrow ...
2nd Prisoner
Michael Golden ...
2nd Innkeeper
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A self-proclaimed "knight" and his hapless squire travel the Spanish countryside, attacking "giants" that are really windmills in his attempt to win the love of the fair Dulcinea.

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There were many film versions of the story on screens that year. This version of "Don Quixote" was shown on television at the same time that the film version of "Man of La Mancha" was playing in theatres. A few months later, Rudolf Nureyev's film version of Ludwig Minkus' ballet "Don Quixote" also opened in movie theatres. And in Spain that same year, the film "Don Quijote cabalga de nuevo" (Don Quixote Rides Again), starring Cantinflas as Sancho Panza, was released to theatres. See more »

Quotes

Village Priest: [disguised as the Knight of the White Moon, he has just defeated Don Quixote, who lies on the ground] Now get up, go home, and look after your estate, like a good Christian soul.
Don Quixote: [desperate] Kill me!
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Version of Tskhovreba Don Kikhotisa da Sancho Panchosi (1988) See more »

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