So far, "At Sword's Point" with Maureen O'Hara is the one that stands out for me.
I like swashbucklers with female characters who are called upon to fence or swordfight. It's fun watching those duels, where the lady proves herself the equal of the person she's duelling.
I would love to see these movies, only a few of which I've ever seen, all or most apparently featuring women in swashbuckling roles, on TCM.
"The Wife of Monte Cristo" (Lenore Aubert)
"The Lion of St. Mark (Il Leone Di San Marco)" (Gianna Maria Canale)
"The Swordsman of Siena" (Sylva Koscina)
"Against All Flags" (Maureen O'Hara).
"Queen of the Pirates" (Gianna Maria Canale)
"Tiger of the Seven Seas" (Gianna Maria Canale)
"Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl" (Sonia Sorrell)
"Abbott & Costello Meet Captain Kidd" (Hillary Brooke)
"Diane" (Lana Turner).
"The Lady in the Iron Mask" (Patricia Medina)
"Anne of the Indies" (Jean Peters)
"The King's Pirate" (Jill St. John).
"Isabella" (Brigitte Skay)
"The Demi-Bride" (Norma Shearer)
"When Knighthood was in Flower" (Marion Davies)
"Those Who Love (A los que aman)" (Monica Bellucci)
"The Fencing Master (El Maestro de esgrima)" (Assumpta Serna).
"Cyrano and D'Artagnan" (Sylva Koscina)