Sir Walter Scott


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King Richard And The Crusaders -- (Movie Clip) That Wailing She-Cat Wounded but improving in Palestine, Richard (George Sanders) visited by his wife (Paula Raymond) and conferring with spunky cousin Edith Plantagenet (Virginia Mayo), about plans for an excursion, and a knight who's turned her head, in King Richard And The Crusaders, 1954.
King Richard And The Crusaders -- (Movie Clip) Phantoms In Bedrobes Droll in victory, George Sanders (title character) after a good day in Palestine, installing Sir Giles (Robert Douglas) as his second, tangling with uppity Scottish bodyguard (Laurence Harvey), early in Warner Bros.' first CinemaScope picture, King Richard And The Crusaders, 1954.
King Richard And The Crusaders (1954) -- (Movie Clip) No Man Meets A Friend Scottish officer of the 3rd Crusade Sir Kenneth (Laurence Harvey) on a scouting mission meets a wandering Saracen (top-billed Rex Harrison) who introduces himself as "Emir Ilderim," good jousting sequence from 2nd unit director Yakima Canutt, in King Richard And The Crusaders, 1954.
Ivanhoe (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Whom Do You Hold Most Dear? Robert Taylor (title character), loyal to imprisoned King Richard and returned from crusading visits Rowena (Joan Fontaine, the love interest, until Elizabeth Taylor appears), his childhood sweetheart and ward of his own father, who has failed to recognize him, in MGM's Ivanhoe, 1952.
Quentin Durward -- (Movie Clip) Be Kind Enough To Die Barber (Wilfrid Hyde-White) shaving French King Louis (Robert Morley), who calls on newly-hired Scottish knight Robert Taylor (title character) to guard Countess Isabelle (Kay Kendall) from unwelcome visitors, in Quentin Durward, 1955, from the Sir Walter Scott novel.
Quentin Durward -- (Movie Clip) I Will Not Be Sold First scene for Kay Kendall as French countess "Isabelle," resisting the Duke (Alec Clunes) arranging her marriage, Scottish Lord Malcolm (Moulrtie Kelsall) consulting with emissary Robert Taylor (title character), in MGM's Quentin Durward, 1955.