Anthony Hope's classic tale gets a decidedly 'un-classic' treatment at the hands of Peter Sellers. Following the story somewhat, friends of the new King Rudolph of Ruritania fear for his ... See full summary »
Cormack, the lawman most feared by the rugged pioneers at the turn of the century, has a mysterious bond with "Caribou," an outlaw whom he has jailed. When Caribou escapes from prison, he returns to seek revenge.
Lynne Frederick best known to horror fans for her roles in Schizo or Amuck in a rare and wonderful performance. Wife of Pete Sellers She appeared in Prisoner of Zenda. This film released in Italy under the title not shown here : "A Venezia Muore Un' estate Like most Italian films of the 70's it attempts to merge more than one type of film genre into the script. What starts out as a seemingly typical romance drama shot in venice turns into a much different and tragic love story. Lynne Frederick's performances is outstanding, even in this small but powerful drama. She appears nude in several scenes that are romantic and erotic. The first scene in which the two lovers meet is perhaps the best. Great use of symphonic music to convey the eye connection between two strangers. At times a fairy tale while at other times gritty and brutally realistic. Give it a chance if are able to locate it on the internet sites.
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