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Kirk Douglas in The Vikings

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Concludes the season of films featuring the dynamic Hollywood star. Today also with Tony Curtis
Ernest Borgnine Janet Leigh
The turbulent, barbaric world of the marauding Vikings is colourfully portrayed in this spectacular ninth-century saga. Kirk Douglas and Tony Curtis star as two half-brothers vying for the love of a captive princess. Their bitter conflict culminates in a duel to the death on the towering ramparts of an English castle.
Screenplay by CALDER WILLINGHAM From the novel The Viking by EDISON MARSHALL
Produced by JERRY BRESLER Director RICHARD FLEISCHER
0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Curtis
Unknown: Ernest Borgnine
Unknown: Janet Leigh
Unknown: Kirk Douglas
Unknown: Tony Curtis
Unknown: Calder Willingham
Unknown: Edison Marshall
Produced By: Jerry Bresler
Director: Richard Fleischer
Einar: Kirk Douglas
Eric: Tony Curtis
Ragnar: Ernest Borgnine
Morgana: Janet Leigh
Egbert: James Donald
Fr Godwin: Alexander Knox
Aella: Frank Thring
Enid: Maxine Audley
Kitala: Eileen Way
Sandpiper: Edric Connor
Bridget: Dandy Nichols

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Kirk Douglas in The Vikings

BBC One London, 7 June 1987 15.00






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