Sword of Lancelot


Sword of Lancelot

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This medieval love story takes place in the days of King Arthur (Brian Aherne). His royal majesty waits at the alter of a church for his betrothed, the Lady Guinevere (Jean Wallace). Lancelot (Cornell Wilde) is Arthur's most noble knight and gives away the bride. Arthur and Guinevere are married, but the bride gives her love to Lancelot at every adulterous opportunity. Swords clash, lancers lance and blood from every enemy knave, lout, rogue and varlet against the crown is spilled in colorful, gory fashion on the open field of battle. Wilde directed this effort and co-produced the film along with Bernard Luber. At the time of the film. Wilde and Wallace were wild about their real life role as husband and wife.

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Cornel Wilde
as Sir Lancelot
Jean Wallace
as Guinevere
Brian Aherne
as King Arthur
George Baker
as Sir Gawaine
Archie Duncan
as Sir Lamorak
Adrienne Corri
as Lady Vivian
Michael Meacham
as Sir Modred
Iain Gregory
as Sir Tors
Reginald Beckwith
as Sir Dragonet
John Barrie
as Sir Bedivere
Richard Thorp
as Sir Gareth
Walter Gotell
as Sir Cedric
Peter Prowse
as Brandagorus
John Longden
as King Leodogran
Bob Bryan
as Sir Dorjak
Violetta Farjeon
as French Serving Maid
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This forgotten Brit offering from 1963 is actually pretty good. Spawned from the mind of Cornel Wilde (writer, director, and star) it outlines one of the most famous stories from the Round Table series. Although the romance section is ho-hum, the battle scenes are stupendous and well worth the price of admission in and of themselves. While not as flashy as Excalibur it does do the Middle Ages justice and is not afraid of some blood-and-guts action.

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