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Blood on His Sword ()

Le miracle des loups (original title)
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Charles le Temeraire asks in marriage Jeanne de Beauvais, daughter of King Louis XI, wishing to get her valuable lands in dowry. The King is wise to this, and since his daughter does not... See more »

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Robert de Neuville
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Jeanne de Beauvais
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Charles le Téméraire
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Louis XI.
Guy Delorme ...
De Sénac
Annie Anderson ...
Catherine du Tillais
Raphaël Albert-Lambert ...
Le favori de Charles (as Raphaël Albert Lambert)
Raoul Billerey ...
Jérôme (as Raoul Bilrey)
Jean Lanier ...
Un évêque (as Jean Lannier)
Georges Lycan ...
Sire de Gavray
Bernard Musson ...
Un évêque
Pierre Palfray ...
Mathieu
Jacques Seiler ...
L'héraut
Roger Van Mullem
Laurence Lignières ...
La chambrière de Bourgogne (as Laurence Lignères)
Jean Blancheur ...
(as Blancheur)
Paul Bonifas ...
Le chirurgien / Doctor of Louis XI
Charles Bouillaud ...
Olivier Le Daim
François Charet ...
L'écuyer de Robert
Alberto Herrero Tirado
Benoîte Labb ...
Une paysanne (as Benoîte Lab)
Pierre Moncorbier ...
Maître Ghislain (as Moncorbier)
René Roussel
Richard Saint-Bris ...
(as Richard Saint Bris)
Louis Arbessier ...
Comte Hesselin
Jean Marchat ...
L'évêque (as Jean Marchat, sociétaire de la Comédie Française)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jacques Balutin ...
Un spadassin (uncredited)
Antoine Baud ...
Un baladin / Un soldat bourguignon (uncredited)
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(uncredited)
Claude Carliez ...
Un soldat (uncredited)
Yvan Chiffre ...
Un baladin (uncredited)
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Le faux courrier de Liège (uncredited)
Franck Estange ...
Un villageois (uncredited)
Henri Guégan ...
Un baladin (uncredited)
Rico Lopez ...
Un baladin (uncredited)
Hubert Noël ...
Récitant / Narrator (uncredited)
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Un baladin (uncredited)
Jean-Michel Rouzière ...
Un soldat (uncredited)

Directed by

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André Hunebelle

Written by

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Henry Dupuis-Mazuel ... ()
 
Pierre Foucaud ... ()
 
Jean Halain ... ()
 
André Hunebelle ... ()

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Jean Marion

Cinematography by

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Marcel Grignon

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Mireille Leydet

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André Cagnard ... stunts
Claude Carliez ... stunt coordinator
Bernard Celeyron ... stunts
Henri Cogan ... fight coordinator

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Debut de Roseville ... horses and carriages
Claire Guibert ... voice dubbing: Rosanna Schiaffino (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Charles le Temeraire asks in marriage Jeanne de Beauvais, daughter of King Louis XI, wishing to get her valuable lands in dowry. The King is wise to this, and since his daughter does not feel inclined to accept, he refuses. Charles sets up a plan to abduct the prince, in a way that the suspicions will fall upon Robert de Neuville, a noble enamoured of the princess. Robert manages to free her from the castle where she was being kept. Charles keeps setting traps, and managing people to perjure against Jeanne, and the King himself. Finally, Jeanne escapes alive from a pack of wolves, who set watching the lady alone in the snow covered woods, instead of attacking her. Charles does yet accuse her of being a witch - wishing to have her dead rather than being the wife of Robert... Robert will be her champion in a Judgement of God. Will the 'miracle of the wolfs' repeat itself, or fearless Charles defeat Robert in the sword duel? Written by Artemis-9

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Also Known As
  • La congiura dei potenti (Italy)
  • The Miracle of the Wolves (United States)
  • Blood on His Sword (United States)
  • El milagro de los lobos (Spain)
  • O Milagre dos Lobos (Brazil)
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  • 100 min
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Trivia One of the top 15 grossing movies of its year in France. See more »
Goofs One moment, the King is playing chess with a large set on a small table where the colours are rather similar. Later, same room, same small table, but a better set with contrasting red and white pieces. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Accidente 703 (1962). See more »

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