The Black Knight 1954

Alan Ladd - The Black Knight

John, a poverty-stricken sword maker, learns that the Viking attacks on England are really the handiwork of Sir Palamides, a knight of the Round Table, and his ally, King Mark. Both intend to overthrow Arthur and supplant Christianity in England with paganism. John becomes a knight and saves the kingdom from Palamides and Mark, while also winning the hand of his lady love, the fair Linet. 1

Books with substantial mentioning of The Black Knight
Deborah Del Vecchio and Ton Johnson
Peter Cushing, The Gentle man of Horror and His 91 Films
Jefferson, North Carolina, and London, 1992

Marilyn Henry and Ron DeSourdis
The Films of Alan Ladd
Secaucus, NJ, 1981

The Black Knight
United Kingdom 1954

Directed by

Laurence Naismith
Ronald Adam
Olwen Brookes
Jill Adams


Running time:85 minutes
Country:United Kingdom

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