History Literature / Ivanhoe

28th Mar '17 7:48:42 PM k410ren
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* AdaptedOut: Ulrica is not present and most of the castle is still standing, with only thatch roofs getting set on fire by Saxon archers.


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* CrucifiedHeroShot: Sir Brian spreads his arms wide as he deliberately leaves himself open to be stabbed.


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* GoOutWithASmile: Sir Brian when Ivanhoe stabs him.


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* SparedByTheAdaptation: The castle is in much better shape than in the book.
28th Mar '17 7:40:33 PM k410ren
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* ButtMonkey: Athelstane is hit in the groin with the wood end of a spear, knocked away by Sir Brian when he flees with Rebecca and gets hit by a fleeing Norman soldier, causing him to hit the side of a lean-to, which collapses on him. All in about two minutes.
* DualWielding: Front-de-Boeuf wields a sword and axe in his fight with the Black Knight.
* GroinAttack: Athelstane is hit in the groin with the blunt end of a spear.


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* RealMenWearPink: De Bracy's surcoat is magenta.
18th Mar '17 9:06:29 AM Ciara25
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* AdaptationalHeroism: Bois-Guilbert starts out merely lusting after Rebecca, but grows to appreciate her intelligence and spirit; by the end he's genuinely in love with her, [[spoiler: facilitates Isaac's escape from the Templars so he can attempt to get some help, tries to help her escape the night before her execution, and allows Ivanhoe to kill him during their duel so she can live.]]
* AdaptationalKindness: Most of the protagonists are much nicer to Isaac and Rebecca than they were in the novel.

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Bois-Guilbert starts out merely lusting after Rebecca, but grows to appreciate her intelligence and spirit; by the end he's genuinely in love with her, [[spoiler: facilitates Isaac's escape from the Templars so he can attempt to get some help, tries to help her escape the night before her execution, and allows Ivanhoe to kill him during their duel so she can live.]]
* AdaptationalKindness: ** Most of the protagonists are generally much nicer to Isaac and Rebecca than they were in the novel.
18th Mar '17 7:14:05 AM Ciara25
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* AdaptationalHeroism: Bois-Guilbert starts out merely lusting after Rebecca, but grows to appreciate her intelligence and spirit; by the end he's genuinely in love with her, [[spoiler: tries to help her escape the night before her execution, and allows Ivanhoe to kill him during their duel so she can live.]]

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* AdaptationalHeroism: Bois-Guilbert starts out merely lusting after Rebecca, but grows to appreciate her intelligence and spirit; by the end he's genuinely in love with her, [[spoiler: facilitates Isaac's escape from the Templars so he can attempt to get some help, tries to help her escape the night before her execution, and allows Ivanhoe to kill him during their duel so she can live.]]]]
* AdaptationalKindness: Most of the protagonists are much nicer to Isaac and Rebecca than they were in the novel.
4th Dec '16 2:39:04 PM Fauvelus
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* A 1958 television series with [[Creator/RogerMoore RogerMoore]] as Ivanhoe.

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* A 1958 television series with [[Creator/RogerMoore RogerMoore]] Roger Moore]] as Ivanhoe.
4th Dec '16 2:38:47 PM Fauvelus
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* A 1958 television series with [[Creator/RogerMoore]] as Ivanhoe.

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* A 1958 television series with [[Creator/RogerMoore]] [[Creator/RogerMoore RogerMoore]] as Ivanhoe.
4th Dec '16 2:38:07 PM Fauvelus
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* A 1958 television series with Roger Moore as Ivanhoe.

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* A 1958 television series with Roger Moore [[Creator/RogerMoore]] as Ivanhoe.
6th Sep '16 1:37:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheKnightsHospitallers: The Hospitaller, Ralph de Vipont, is a much less formidable figure than any of the other challengers at Ashby-de-la-Zouche.
20th Jul '16 12:48:51 AM jamespolk
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* In 1952, MetroGoldwynMayer produced what is probably the best remembered film version, ''Ivanhoe'', directed by Richard Thorpe, and starring Robert Taylor as Wilfred, Creator/ElizabethTaylor as Rebecca, Felix Aylmer as Isaac, Joan Fontaine as Rowena, George Sanders as Bois-Guilbert, [[UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}} Finlay Currie]] as Cedric. This version was nominated for three [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Academy Awards]], for Best Picture, Best Colour Cinematography, and Best Score for Music/MiklosRozsa; it stressed the spectacular and [[{{Swashbuckler}} swashbuckling]] elements.

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* In 1952, MetroGoldwynMayer produced what is probably the best remembered film version, ''Ivanhoe'', directed by Richard Thorpe, and starring Robert Taylor as Wilfred, Creator/ElizabethTaylor as Rebecca, Felix Aylmer as Isaac, Joan Fontaine Creator/JoanFontaine as Rowena, George Sanders as Bois-Guilbert, [[UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}} Finlay Currie]] as Cedric. This version was nominated for three [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Academy Awards]], for Best Picture, Best Colour Cinematography, and Best Score for Music/MiklosRozsa; it stressed the spectacular and [[{{Swashbuckler}} swashbuckling]] elements.
30th Jun '16 5:07:37 AM fruitstripegum
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