The Magic Sword (1962)
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A young, untested knight sets out the rescue a princess from an evil sorcerer in this fast-paced fantasy-adventure. With the help of a magical sword provided by a good witch, he battles dragons, ogres, and other various mythical nasties on his way to the princess.
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as Sir George
as Princess Helene
as Sir Branton
as Sir Patrick
as Sir Dennis
as Sir Ulrich
as Sir Pedro
as Sir James
as Sir Anthony
as The Hag
as Princess Laura
as Princess Grace
as French Girl
as Siamese Twin
as Siamese Twin
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Critic Reviews for The Magic Sword
[Estelle} Winwood provides some campy humor (I kept thinking of Bewitched every time she was on screen)...
Heavy on laughable special effects and outrageously broad performances...
Silly fun with some winning performances and campy effects
Audience Reviews for The Magic Sword
A little bit of fun in this camp classic as a knight, Gary Lockwood, goes on a mission to save his lady fair. Against him, Basil Rathbone, hamming it up as the villain you "boo" whenever he's onscreen, a script that's unintentionally funny, near comic special effects, and ham-fisted direction. Still enjoyable ... with a joint or two to help it along.
Absurdly cheesy with performances so vapid from everyone except of pros Basil Rathbone and Estelle Winwood it would be an insult to dinner theatre acting to say it was that good . Colorful but very empty.
Nothing enjoyable about this.
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