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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Iron Crown (1941) DVD-R

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Starring Elisa Cegani, Luisa Derida, Rina Morelli, Gino Cervi, Massimo

Girotti

Directed by Alessandro Blasetti



Print: black/white

Runtime: 83 min.

Genre: adventure

Print Quality: B



Set in 13th-century Italy, The Iron Crown is the story of the rise and fall of

a corrupt monarch. By defying the crown, a symbol of justice, the monarch

is plagued with a series of horrifying visions predicting dire

consequences. Arminio (Massimo Girotti), better known for his physique

than his acting prowess at the time Iron Crown was filmed), plays the

muscular do-gooder who helps topple the wicked ruler, (King Sedemondo

(Gino Cervi), from his throne. In the tradition of Italian historical epics, the

film is a bit too loud and too long. Made nine years before its 1949

American release, The Iron Crown was a first-prize winner at the Venice

Film Festival.

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Starring Elisa Cegani, Luisa Derida, Rina Morelli, Gino Cervi, Massimo
Girotti
Directed by Alessandro Blasetti

Print: black/white
Runtime: 83 min.
Genre: adventure
Print Quality: B

Set in 13th-century Italy, The Iron Crown is the story of the rise and fall of
a corrupt monarch. By defying the crown, a symbol of justice, the monarch
is plagued with a series of horrifying visions predicting dire
consequences. Arminio (Massimo Girotti), better known for his physique
than his acting prowess at the time Iron Crown was filmed), plays the
muscular do-gooder who helps topple the wicked ruler, (King Sedemondo
(Gino Cervi), from his throne. In the tradition of Italian historical epics, the
film is a bit too loud and too long. Made nine years before its 1949
American release, The Iron Crown was a first-prize winner at the Venice
Film Festival.

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