A Walk with Love and Death

Overview

Heron of Foix Assaf Dayan hears the call of the ocean and leaves his school in Paris to walk to the sea. He meets the fair Claudia Anjelica Huston and the two fall in love and journey together to escape the ongoing Hundred Years War. They witness the brutal and bloody murder of a peasant who is drawn and quartered by the sadistic Sir Meles John Hallam, the unforgiving tax collector who hates the poor. The couple seeks refuge in a monastery where the Father Superior Anthony Nicholis refuses their request to be ...
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Overview

Heron of Foix Assaf Dayan hears the call of the ocean and leaves his school in Paris to walk to the sea. He meets the fair Claudia Anjelica Huston and the two fall in love and journey together to escape the ongoing Hundred Years War. They witness the brutal and bloody murder of a peasant who is drawn and quartered by the sadistic Sir Meles John Hallam, the unforgiving tax collector who hates the poor. The couple seeks refuge in a monastery where the Father Superior Anthony Nicholis refuses their request to be married. This slow-paced but beautifully lensed feature marks the screen debut for Anjelica Huston.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/16/2013
  • UPC: 024543878889
  • Original Release: 1969
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  • Source: Fox Mod
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 53,795

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Assaf Dayan Heron Of Foix
Anjelica Huston Claudia
Anthony Corlan Robert
John Hallam Sir Meles
Robert Lang Pilgrim Leader
Guy Deghy Priest
Michael Gough Mad Monk
George Murcell Captain
Eileen Murphy Gypsy Girl
Anthony Nicholls Father Superior
Joseph O'Conor St. Jean
Francis Heim Knight Lieutenant
Barry Keegan Peasant Leader
Nicholas Smith Pilgrim
Antoinette Reuss Charcoal Woman
Gilles Segal
Med Hondo
Luis Masson Entertainers
Eugen Ledebur Goldsmith
Otto Dworak Innkeeper
Max Sulz Peasant
John Veenenbos Monk
Dieter Tressler Major Domo
Paul Hoer Peasant Boy
Myra Malik Peasant Girl
Michael Baronne
Yvan Strogoff Soldiers
John Franklin Whoremaster
Melvyn Hayes 1st Entertainer
John Huston Robert the Elder
Technical Credits
John Huston Director
Carter DeHaven III Producer
Georges Delerue Score Composer, Musical Direction/Supervision
Basil Fenton-Smith Sound/Sound Designer
Leonore Fini Costumes/Costume Designer
Wolfgang Glattes Asst. Director
Stephen B. Grimes Production Designer
Gladys Hill Songwriter
Hans Koningsberger Screenwriter
Russell Lloyd Editor
Josie MacAvin Set Decoration/Design
Edward Scaife Cinematographer
Dale Wasserman Screenwriter
Wolf Witzemann Art Director
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