|Genres||Adventure Biography Drama History|
Bruno Frank (novel)
|Cast||Horst Buchholz Gina Lollobrigida José Ferrer Louis Jourdan Francisco Rabal Fernando Rey Soledad Miranda Antonio Casas Ángel del Pozo Uzzieno Cortini Ricardo Palacios José Jaspe José Nieto André Spengler Maurice de Canonge Andrés Mejuto George Rigaud José Marco Mario Morales Fernando Villena|
|Country||Spain, France, Italy|
|Runtime||France:90 min, Italy:125 min, Spain:127 min, USA:111 min|
|Plot||In this romanticized biography of Spain's most celebrated novelist, young Miguel Cervantes, son of a country doctor, cockily pushes better-bred, court-connected peacock chicks aside for the post of private secretary to monsignor (soon cardinal) Acquaviva, papal envoy to king Philip II of Spain. Realizing his friendship with the Ottoman general-envoy was abused to win time while an avoidable 'crusade' was mounted, Miguel resigns but joins the Holy League's fleet. He and his brother become marked heroes, but get no serious reward and are captured by Algiers pirates for the slave market, yet set aside to bring ransom. Instead, they mount a brave slave revolt.... see Cervantes on IMDb|
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