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The Flame and the Arrow (The Hawk and the Arrow) (1950)

The Flame and the Arrow
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Burt Lancaster Burt Lancaster
Dardo Bartoli
Virginia Mayo Virginia Mayo
Anne de Hesse
Robert Douglas Robert Douglas
Marchese Alessandro de Granazia
Aline MacMahon Aline MacMahon
Nonna Bartoli
Frank Allenby Frank Allenby
Count 'The Hawk' Ulrich
Nick Cravat Nick Cravat
Piccolo
Lynn Baggett Lynn Baggett
Francesca
Gordon Gebert Gordon Gebert
Rudi Bartoli - Dardo's Son


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Waldo Salt Waldo Salt
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Release date: 9 July 1950
Tags: Adventure (2), Rebellion (1), Romance (1), Action (1), 1950 (1), Swashbuckler (1), 50's (1)
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"The Swashbuckler had been a cinema staple since Douglas Fairbanks cut a swathe through the 1920s with a flash of steel and a flailing of balletic limbs. Although often seen as cinematic trifles, swashbuckling adventures often emerged as massively entertaining, joyously colourful films with an infectious energy and a sense of humour often missing from the Action movies that would eventually supplant them. For a long time Errol Flynn was the go-to-guy for the genre but by the 1950s the ravages of "


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