Ivanhoe. The well trodden paths of sir walter scotts novel televised by the BBC in ten episodes.






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Series cast summary:
Eric Flynn ...  Ivanhoe 10 episodes, 1970
...  Sir Brian de Bois Guilbert 9 episodes, 1970
Clare Jenkins ...  Rowena 9 episodes, 1970
Clive Graham ...  Locksley 9 episodes, 1970
...  Cedric the Saxon 9 episodes, 1970
...  Gurth 9 episodes, 1970
Vivian Brooks ...  Rebecca 8 episodes, 1970
Roger Bizley ...  De Bracy 8 episodes, 1970
John Franklyn-Robbins ...  Isaac of York 8 episodes, 1970
Inigo Jackson ...  Athelstane 8 episodes, 1970
Tim Preece ...  Prince John 7 episodes, 1970
Kevin Brennan ...  Prior Aymer 7 episodes, 1970
Michael Napier Brown ...  Miller 7 episodes, 1970
...  Black Knight 6 episodes, 1970
Noel Coleman ...  Waldemar Fitzurse 6 episodes, 1970
...  The friar 6 episodes, 1970
Michael Brennan ...  Front de Boeuf 5 episodes, 1970
Vernon Joyner ...  De Malvoisin 5 episodes, 1970


Ivanhoe. The well trodden paths of sir walter scotts novel televised by the BBC in ten episodes.

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Release Date:

4 January 1970 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Айвънхоу  »

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(10 parts)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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An outstanding production with a distinguished cast!
13 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

I remember this version of the Ivanhoe story from when it was originally aired the United States in the early 1970's. I think that it was then, as it is now, an excellent example of British period production and find it regrettable that a production with such a remarkably talented cast (many of whom have gone on to have rather distinguished acting careers) should have faded into obscurity and, even worse, to be eclipsed by the ITV version starring Roger Moore which was done with far less panache a decade or so earlier. A particularly memorable performance is given in this version by Anthony Bate as Sir Brian de Bois Guilbert. The blazing fury of his personality simply eclipses Eric Flynn's otherwise very workmanlike portrayal of Sir Wilfred of Ivanhoe. All in all a substantially more exciting treatment than the less than limpid prose of Sir Walter Scott's novel.

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