Crusades Trailer

Crusades Trailer (1995)

10 January 1995 Drama

For 200 years the armies of Europe battled Muslim forces for control of the Holy Land (and its riches). Now the full story is told in exciting fashion in a two-disc set hosted by Terry Jones of "Monty Python" fame. Re-enactments, computer graphics and animation help bring these incredible adventures of kings and knights, pilgrims and mercenaries, to life.

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Cast

Terry Jones

as Himself / Presenter

Anthony Smee

as Urban II

Steve Purbrick

as Preacher

Marcello Walton

as Radulph of Caen / Tancred

Robin Sebastian

as Hugh of France

Kate Binchy

as Anna Comnena

Suheil Zakkar

as Himself

Sean Arnold

as St. Bernard

Jaromír Borek

as Narrator, German Version (voice)

Victor Couzyn

as Narrator, German Version (voice)

Kammy Darweish

as William of Tyre

Fikret Isiltan

as Himself

Christopher Lamb

as Richard I

Norbert Langer

as Narrator (voice)

David Lazenby

as Himself

Crew

Alan Ereira

Director

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 10 January 1995

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