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The Art of Chivalry
From the Age of Chivalry exhibition at London's Royal Academy of Arts Peter France introduces two films which examine the reality behind the ideal. When Manfred von Richthofen died in 1918 he had become a figure of myth; a knight of the air with 80 victories to his credit. But the legend of the Red Baron hid a quiet, aloof man whose aristocratic sense of honour drove him to his death.
William Marshal , 700 years earlier, was described as the greatest knight in the world. He was loyal, generous and, above all, the champion of many battles. Yet Marshal was no simple warrior. He used his reputation to drag himself up from obscure origins to become Regent of England and Protector of Henry HI.
Film editor PAUL ASHTON Producers
JONATHAN DENT , MICHAEL TOSH MARGARET WINDHAM HEFFERNAN Series editor ROY DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown: Manfred Von
Unknown: William Marshal
Editor: Paul Ashton
Unknown: Jonathan Dent
Unknown: Michael Tosh
Unknown: Margaret Windham Heffernan
Editor: Roy Davies

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