Richard the Lionheart (2013 film)

Richard The Lionheart is a 2013 film, starring Greg Maness as Richard the Lionheart, Malcolm McDowell as King Henry II and Andrea Zirio as Henry the Young.

Richard The Lionheart
Directed byStefano Milla
Produced byPhil Gorn
Stefano Milla
Blinov Oleg Adrianovich
Written byGero Giglio
Stefano Milla
Screenplay byGero Giglio
StarringMalcolm McDowell
Stewart Arnold
Veronica Calilli
Greg Maness
Maurizio Corigliano
Davide Ferricchio
Sharon Fryer
Christopher Jones
Alice Lussiana Parente
Burton Perez
Umberto Procopio
Thomas Tinker
Carrion Yudith
Andrea Zirio
Music byGiovanni Lodigiani
CinematographyLuca Grivet Brancot
Gary Rohan
Edited byStefano Milla
Claang Entertainment
DOMA Entertainment
WonderPhil Productions
Distributed byGrindstone Entertainment Group
Lionsgate Home Entertainment
New Select
WonderPhil Productions
Release date
February 9, 2013 (Germany)
January 8, 2014 (Japan)
January 21, 2014 (United States)
Running time
104 minutes[1]
CountriesUnited States


While the war threatens with France, King Henry II decides to evaluate the courage of his son Richard the Lionheart, his possible successor. To do this, the King decided to place him into a mysterious castle, where Richard will have to face several trials.


  • Greg Maness as Richard the Lionheart
  • Malcolm McDowell as King Henry II
  • Stewart Arnold as Selector
  • Veronica Calilli as Celtic Goddess
  • Maurizio Corigliano as Barbarian
  • Davide Ferricchio as Forgotten
  • Sharon Fryer as Celtic Goddess (voice)
  • Christopher Jones as One Eye
  • Alice Lussiana Parente as Girl
  • Burton Perez as Basileus
  • Umberto Procopio as Caesar
  • Thomas Tinker as Philippe
  • Carrion Yudith as Ghaliya
  • Andrea Zirio as Henry the Young


The film was directed by Stefano Milla and stars Greg Maness, Burton Anthony Perez, and Malcolm McDowell.[1] According to the generic film, Richard the Lionheart was shot in different places : the fortress of Exilles, built in the 12th century, Casaforte di Chianocco, built in the 12th century (Italy). Some interiors are reconstituted in a Californian studio.

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  1. ^ a b "Richard The Lionheart". British Board of Film Classification. Retrieved 16 September 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)


DUMONT, Hervé, Moyen Âge et Renaissance au cinéma. L'Angleterre (partie I), Paris, BoD, 2017, p. 77.

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