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Dantes (Clarke), the son of the popular Count of Monte Cristo, is something of a playboy. Unbeknownst to him, one of his father's several surviving enemies,Danglars (O'Herlihy), continues to harbor resentment toward the Monte Cristofamily. He hatches an elaborate plot to destroy Dantes and seize the MonteCristo fortune. Reminiscent of the plot to eliminate his father, Dantes is framed for a murder he did not commit. The French court system is used as a weaponto destroy Dantes who is the only impediment to Danglars's attempt to acquire the nice fortune."Sword Of Venus" is a rather tepid production. Robert Clarke is only adequate in the role of the heroic Dantes. The romance between his hero and thebeautiful Claire (McLeod) seems rather contrived and unconvincing. DanO'Herlihy does not deliver a particularly inspired performance as the villainous Danglars. Perhaps most annoying is that in what many would consider to be aswashbuckler, the war scenes are laughably amateurish. On the bright side, William Schallert's effort is (as usual) noteworthy. He plays the inebriated, corrupt lawyer Valmont who supports execute the plot. The general productionvalues (sets, costumes, etc.) are decent. Despite being inspired by the writings of Alexandre Dumas, no credit is given.Overall, the movie is a lackluster attempt at a period adventure. It is probably greatest suited for category completists.
Robert Dantes, the rakish son and heir of the Count of Monte Cristo, is framed for murder by opponents of his father who lust after his legacy. Will he, like the original Dantes, escape from prison and take vengeance upon his persecutors? --- This is, admittedly, a somewhat obscure and cheaply made black-and-white swashbuckler, but is reasonably entertaining, if one doesn't expect too much of it. Robert Clarke, who would appear in many low-budget sci-fi films, is a likable hero, and Catherine McLeod does her greatest to lend some interest to the part of the lady who conspires vs Dantes and then falls in love with him. Daniel O'Herlihy, a very fine and perhaps under-appreciated actor, is a first-rate villain, and the rest of the cast is solid. The action scenes and sword wars are amateurishly handled, however, and the settings are scarcely an asset. On the plus side, some interest is afforded by the ladies' gowns, which are more décolleté than one might expect. --- Suggested only for fanatics of the category or as a pleasant time killer.
This is easy the most obscure – judging also by the terrible quality of the print obtained – offshoot of the Alexandre Dumas perennial "The Count Of Monte Cristo" with, unsurprisingly, a fully meaningless game and a cheapjack production (by the ubiquitous writer/producer squad of Jack Pollexfen and Aubrey Wisberg) into the bargain! Ironically, out of the five movies similar to the tale I have watched in the last several days, it is the only one in which that hero has made a private appearance – but, given, his embarrassingly doddering state here (inaudibly egging a coachman on to hasten the adventure towards the stage of a duel between his philandering son - which had already provoked a catfight in a tawdry nightspot - and slighted greatest friend, yet fainting as later as he is on his feet from all the excitement not to mention eventually expiring from a mere broken heart over his heir's apparent ingratitude!) really does him no credit!!Incidentally, rather than appropriating the famed treasure for themselves, the trio of villains – two of them off-springs of Edmond Dantes' old opponents and the sole survivor, Dan O'Herlihy's wily Danglars – they determine to have the son convicted of a staged murder (one would think a change of strategy was in order so as not to instantly give themselves away yet The Son Of Monte Cristo himself seems blissfully unaware of their identity here!?), while obtaining his signature in prison, so that his estate can then be sold off to third parties and rendering the old man's legacy obsolete!! The plot does receive inordinately complex for this kind of fare: characters not only repeatedly feign to be someone else, but even take turns hiding under bandages (one of the largest laughs here has the boy posing as the character being first pierced through with a spear then literally climbing over a balcony to exacerbate the drama of his demise with a fall!). While protagonist Robert Clarke leaves much to be desired (naturally, the female member of his antagonistic trio becomes thoroughly besotted by his charms and has a change of heart – but whose final clinch is bafflingly interrupted by a toast being given in other room of the Monte Cristo zone by utterly peripheral figures!), the 73-minute movie is watchable for the participation of William Schallert as a drunken solicitor (also in cahoots with Danglars et al) and particularly O'Herlihy – clearly testing a boy older than his true age, yet looking far sprightlier than the Count himself! – who lends his usual gravitas to the often silly and all-too-familiar proceedings (he also has a method with words, nonchalantly instructing a loutish innkeeper memorizing his deceitful speech to the young Dantes not to "vomit" the words!). In conclusion, I have three further adaptations of the original source to go through (from 1922 with John Gilbert, the renowned 1929 3-part French Silent version, and an 8-hour 1966 Italian TV mini-series), may be able to receive my hands on one more (also French but dating from 1961, with Louis Jourdan) as well as yet other Pollexfen/Wisberg spin-off (the 1949 noir THE TREASURE OF MONTE CRISTO) !
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