Magic Sword, The

USA 1962

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St. George and the Dragon / St. George and the Seven Curses / The Seven Curses of Lordac
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Directed by Bert I. Gordon

Lodac, an evil wizard, has kidnapped the Princess Helene and intends to feed her to his dragon in seven days. One of the king's knights, Sir Branton vows to rescue her, despite being warned of Lodac's seven curses, which have to be encountered before they can reach his castle. A vampire is one of the curses

a.k.a. St. George and the Dragon / St. George and the Seven Curses / The Seven Curses of Lordac


Cast:
Basil Rathbone as Lodac
Estelle Winwood as Sybil
Gary Lockwood as Sir George
Anne Helm as Princess Helene
Liam Sullivan as Sir Branton
Danielle De Metz as Mignonette
Merritt Stone as King
Jacques Gallo as Sir Dennis of France
David Cross as Sir Pedro of Spain
John Mauldin as Sir Patrick of Ireland
Taldo Kenyon as Sir Anthony of Italy
Angus Duncan as Sir James of Scotland
Leroy Johnson as Sir Ulrich of Germany
Marlene Callahan as Princess Grace
Nick Bon Tempi as Left Siamese Twin

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