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Knight Without Armour (1937) with Robert Donat and Marlene Dietrich


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There was a mention on the board under the General Discussions topics of Robert Donat's enduring appeal --at least in the UK. This reminded me that when I viewed a dvd of a British-made program about Alexander Korda's films recently, I was struck by a haunting clip of a previously unknown-to-me film, Knight Without Armour w/ Marlene Dietrich and Donat. It was set during the civil war following the Russian Revolution so, being a history nut, (love those reds vs. whites), and an unapologetic anglophile, (those British actors have real style), it interested me. Has anyone seen it? Could you offer your opinion about whether it's enjoyable enough to plunk down about 20 bucks for a vhs of this Jacques Feyder movie? Thanks in advance for any thoughts.

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