Self-important, overly solemn, middlingly paced--all harbingers of what would become Stevens's later style. It's the western styled as Arthurian legend, flawlessly cast, undeniably splendid. The thematic attempt really takes off when the Black Knight himself, Jack Palance, arrives, or when a dog mourns the passing of his master. And Brandon de Wilde had...read more
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