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Film of the Week: The Flame and the Arrow

Synopsis

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A season of films starring one of Hollywood's most versatile stars Burt Lancaster tonight starring with Virginia Mayo and Robert Douglas
Aline MacMahon , Nick Cravat
When his young son is taken prisoner by Ulrich, ruler of Lombardy, Dardo the Arrow, the greatest bowman in all of mediaeval Italy, vows vengeance.
Burt Lancaster is at his acrobatic best in this colourful, action-packed adventure in the true Robin Hood tradition.
Screenplay by WALDO SALT
Producers HAROLD HECHT and FRANK Ross Director JACQUES TOURNEUR Films: page 8

Contributors

Unknown: Burt Lancaster
Unknown: Robert Douglas
Unknown: Aline MacMahon
Unknown: Nick Cravat
Unknown: Burt Lancaster
Unknown: Robin Hood
Play By: Waldo Salt
Producers: Harold Hecht
Producers: Frank Ross
Director: Jacques Tourneur
Dardo: Burt Lancaster
Anne: Virginia Mayo
Alessandro: Robert Douglas
Nonna Bartoli: Aline MacMahon
Ulrich: Frank Allenby
Piccolo: Nick Cravat
Francesca: Lynne Baggett
Rudi: Gordon Gerbert






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