Attempting to show King Arthur how difficult it is to honest employment once a man has been branded a thief, Lancelot persuades the King to join him in the streets . Disguised as robbers , ... See full summary »

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Sir Lancelot du Lac
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King Arthur
Cyril Smith ...
Merlin
Jack Melford ...
Norrin
Colin Tapley ...
Lord Vanton
David Morrell ...
Sir Kay
Peter Assinder ...
Happy Thief
Sidney Head ...
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Piggott
Anarose Carrigan ...
Woman
Noel Davis ...
Bartender
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Attempting to show King Arthur how difficult it is to honest employment once a man has been branded a thief, Lancelot persuades the King to join him in the streets . Disguised as robbers , they enter a den of thieves - and find trouble in abundance. Written by BGP

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17 June 1957 (USA)  »

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The Cross on the Head
15 April 2017 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

The adventures of Sir Lancelot is an English series of the late the 50' with the short episodes around 25 minutes...mainly for that don't works today to tell some tales in such short times...William Russell is Lancelot who joints King Arthur's Knights of round table there is fighting for the people bringing justice...in this episode Lancelot and King Arthur disguises of thieves to find out if they get some jobs after had marked with a cross on the head...after living as thieves discover the cruel truth after the mark they don't finds any job... so King Arthur proclaim a new law bring a job for all people marked or not.


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