El CidDecember 14, 1961
Epic film of the legendary Spanish hero, Rodrigo Diaz ("El Cid" to his followers), who, without compromising his strict sense of honour, still succeeds in taking the initiative and driving the Moors from Spain.
MacbethDecember 4, 2015
Feature film adaptation of Shakespeare's Scottish play about General Macbeth whose ambitious wife urges him to use wicked means in order to gain power of the throne over the sitting king, Duncan.
Sansho the BailiffSeptember 14, 1955
In medieval Japan a compassionate governor is sent into exile. His wife and children try to join him, but are separated, and the children grow up amid suffering and oppression.
MacbethOctober 13, 1971
A ruthlessly ambitious Scottish lord siezes the throne with the help of his scheming wife and a trio of witches.
The War LordNovember 17, 1965
A knight in the service of a duke goes to a coastal villiage where an earlier attempt to build a defensive castle has failed. He begins to rebuild the duke's authority in the face of the barbarians at the border and is making progress until he falls in love with one of the local women.
PathfinderSeptember 3, 1987
Around the year 1000 AD warlike people, the so-called "tjuder", roam in northern Scandinavia. As they brutally kill a family in a remote area, including the parents and their little daughter, the families teenage son, Aigin, observes the slaughter. He manages to flee from these killers and reaches a camp with other Lapps whose inhabitants are worried if he has been able to hide his track. Afraid of the murderous people, they decide to flee to the coast. The boy stays alone to avenge his families murder. Unfortunately, they get him before he can do anything and force him to lead them to the other Lapps. He guides them but has a plan to destroy the barbarous people before reaching the camp.
Dark RelicMarch 27, 2010
1099 A.D.: A battle-weary knight leads his men home from the Holy Land after years of fighting. But the supposedly holy relic he’s carrying bears a terrible curse…
The Battle WizardSeptember 9, 1977
A brother who loves books and a sister who loves swords must face a yellow-robed warrior, the Red Python, a sinuous snake-charmer, and a silk-masked beauty (who must kill or wed the first man to see her face) before they can bring peace to their battle-addled family.
Lady Godiva of CoventryNovember 2, 1955
Fictionalized account of events leading up the famous nude ride (alas, her hair covers everything) of the militant Saxon lady.
The CrusadersJanuary 1, 2001
Towards the end of the eleventh century, Pope Urban II announces a crusade against the Saracens, who have occupied the holy city of Jerusalem. Three young friends Richard, Peter and Andrew set off to join the crusading army.
100 HorsemenDecember 30, 1964
Don Fernando, the son of El Cid, rallies peasants and townspeople to overthrow Moorish occupiers in medieval Spain.
The NorsemanOctober 5, 1978
An 11th-century Viking prince sails to America to find his father, who on a previous voyage had been captured by Indians.
Il tesoro della foresta pietrificataDecember 1, 1967
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MacBethJanuary 22, 1961
This is a very theatrical version, full of sound & fury, histrionics and big arm movements. Cynical audiences might not buy into it, but if you were to go back to the early 1600s this is probably the way you'd see it. The plot of Macbeth, if you were snoozing during high school English class, is about an 11th century Scottish warrior who hatches a dubious plan to steal the throne. Spurred on by his wife Lady Macbeth, who wears the pants in the household, he finds himself swiftly slipping down the path of evil.
The Lady GodivaApril 1, 1928
Account of Lady Godiva's naked ride through 11th-century Coventry in order to force her husband, the Earl of Mercia, to rescind his harsh tax laws. Based on and quotes from Tennyson's poem of the same title.
William the ConquerorApril 27, 2014
England, 11th century. William the Conqueror (ca. 1028-1087) wins the Battle of Hastings (1066), changing the shape of medieval Europe and the course of English history. An account of the life of the extraordinary Norman warrior who became king.