Ivanhoe, the Norman Swordsman
|Ivanhoe, the Normal Swordsman|
|Directed by||Roberto Mauri|
|Music by||Roberto Pregadio|
|Edited by||Adriano Tagliavia|
After the death of King Henry I in 12th-century England, the throne is taken by Stephen Cunningham who claims to possess the mythical "Sword of Normandy." A man named Ivanhoe returns from years in the Holy Land knowing that Henry I's son, the rightful heir to the throne, died in the Crusades, and that Cunningham's sword is a fake. After forging alliances with a group of highwaymen and a band of traveling thespians, Ivanhoe reclaims the real sword that will topple Cunningham.
Ivanhoe, the Norman Swordsman was released on April 29, 1971.
- Kinnard & Crnkovich 2017, p. 102.
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