Back from a crusade, the hero of Sir Walter Scott's novel fights for courtly love and Saxon honor.




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Cast overview:
... Wilfred of Ivanhoe
... Rebecca of York
... Isaac of York
... Lady Rowena
Walter Craven ... Richard the Lion-Hearted (as W. Scott Craven)
Wallace Widdicombe ... Sir Brian de Bois Boeuf
Walter Thomas ... Robin Hood (as W. Thomas)
Wallace Bosco ... Sir Cedric, Ivanhoe's Father
Mrs. Herbert Brenon ... Elgitha (as Helen Downing)
Jack Bates ... Reginald Front-de Boeuf
R. Hollies ... Friar Tuck
George Courtenay ... Prince John
William Calvert ... Gurth (as W. Calvert)
A.J. Charlwood ... Athelstane
Maurice Norman ... Wamba, the Jester


In the days when the Christian knights were fighting for the cross in the Holy Land, Prince John held the reins of government in England. John's greed was greater than his fraternal affection and he sought every means to support his claim on the crown against the time his brother, the rightful king, should return. There lived at this time also at Rotherwood, not many miles from where Sheffield now stands, a Saxon nobleman named Cedric. He was of the fast dwindling ancient Saxon race, but had refused the yoke of the invading Normans, at least in spirit. Wilfred, his son, rather favored the Court of King Richard, and Coeur de Lion rewarded him with the manor "Ivanhoe." Dwelling with Cedric was a beautiful Saxon girl of the blood royal named Rowena and it was Ivanhoe's lot that he should fall in love with his adopted sister, though the father objected on the ground that he had knelt to his enemies. Ivanhoe had subsequently Joined Richard the Lionheart in the Holy Land and the years ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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22 September 1913 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Ivanhoe de kampvechter  »

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There is scarcely a thing to he wished from a scenic standpoint
13 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

This much heralded three-reel offering will not disappoint observers in one respect. It possesses the quality of atmosphere to a remarkable degree. It visualizes for the observer very effectively the knights of olden days, ancient castles and battlements, Robin Hood and his merry band, and through the entire production there is scarcely a thing to he wished from a scenic standpoint. This reflects great credit upon Herbert Brenon, the producer, and upon the very efficient band of English supers who assisted him. King Baggot appears as Ivanhoe, Evelyn Hope as Lady Rowena.and Lean Baird as Rebecca. The acting is adequate throughout. The story gets underway slowly, as does the novel itself, but the last two reels bring it to a satisfactory conclusion. A strong feature offering. - The Moving Picture World, September 20, 1913

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