The Vikings

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Period and swashbuckler films

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Viking half-brothers Douglas and Curtis fight it out for the throne of Northumbria. Plenty of pillaging, axe-throwing, hearty quaffing of ale, storming of castles, heroic jumping into wolf pits, and manly talk about the glories of entering Valhalla with sword in hand. Handsomely shot by Jack Cardiff, and directed with muscle and verve by Fleischer, this thoroughly entertaining historical epic stands up to umpteen viewings.
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UK release:

1958

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114 mins

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thaddeus

I saw the film when it first came out. Great then, better now.The crab scene gave me the willies