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King Richard and the Crusaders (7-Aug-1954)

Director: David Butler

Writer: John Twist

From novel: The Talisman by Sir Walter Scott

Music by: Max Steiner

Producer: Henry Blanke

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Henry Corden
Actor
6-Jan-1920 19-May-2005 Hanna-Barbara voice actor
Nick Cravat
Actor
11-Jan-1912 29-Jan-1994 The Crimson Pirate
Robert Douglas
Actor
9-Nov-1909 11-Jan-1999 Homicide
Wilton Graff
Actor
13-Aug-1903 13-Jan-1969 Bloodlust!
Rex Harrison
Actor
5-Mar-1908 2-Jun-1990 My Fair Lady
Laurence Harvey
Actor
1-Oct-1928 25-Nov-1973 Manchurian Candidate
Lester Matthews
Actor
6-Jun-1900 6-Jun-1975 The Raven
Virginia Mayo
Actor
30-Nov-1920 17-Jan-2005 South Sea Woman
Michael Pate
Actor
26-Feb-1920 1-Sep-2008 Hondo
Paula Raymond
Actor
23-Nov-1924 31-Dec-2003 The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms
George Sanders
Actor
3-Jul-1906 25-Apr-1972 The Saint Strikes Back

CAST

Starring
Rex Harrison   ...   Emir Ilderim / Sultan Saladin
Virginia Mayo   ...   Lady Edith
George Sanders   ...   King Richard I
Laurence Harvey   ...   Sir Kenneth
with
Robert Douglas   ...   Sir Giles
Michael Pate   ...   Conrad
Paula Raymond   ...   Queen Berengaria
Lester Matthews   ...   Archbishop
Anthony Eustrel   ...   Baron de Vaux
Henry Corden   ...   King Philip of France
Wilton Graff   ...   Duke Leopold of Austria
Nick Cravat   ...   Nectobanus
Nejla Ates   ...   Moorish Dancing Girl
Leslie Bradley   ...   Castelaine Captain
Bruce Lester   ...   Castelaine
Mark Dana   ...   Castelaine
Peter Ortiz   ...   Castelaine

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