Tuesday, February 6, 2018


 Fire & Sword

It's my pleasure to announce the latest Youtube channel of the PEPLUM TV universe: FIRE & SWORD. I announced it a couple of weeks ago and it is. And to celebrate its birth, I uploaded an exclusive Fan Dub of one of my favourite PEPs, THE MIGHTY CRUSADERS (1958). This is the most complete version of this film found anywhere in the world. I edited scenes and audio from different versions. I think I'll write an 'Article of the week' on this extensive edit.

The movie has been claimed on Youtube by a murky internet company so I can't monetize my work (and I won't contest it).

Make sure to give the video a thumbs up and subscribe to PEPLUM TV FIRE & SWORD channel.

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THE MIGHTY CRUSADERS starring Sylva Koscina, Francisco Rabal, Gianna Maria Canale, Rik Battaglia, Philippe Hersent and more!



Scott Ochiltree said...

Unfortunately when I go to your new Fire and Sword channel to play THE MIGHTY CRUSADERS I get a bizarre message saying that my browser does not recognize any of the video formats available.

However, I have no problem viewing this first class film on the regular part of your website.

My browser is the latest version of Firefox running on Linux Mint 17.3. This setups work fine with Netflix, Amazon Video, and the new passport streaming feature of PBS.

WrestlePorno said...

Congrats and Good luck with your new channel!

Richard Svensson said...

Beautiful upload of the movie. Wonderful colors!

Scott Ochiltree said...

THE MIGHTY CRUSADERS is one of only two really good movies made about this historical event. DeMille's THE CRUSADES (1935) is equally good, albeit with a very different plot.

I really appreciate the outstanding widescreen version you showed. Amazon Video's copy is severely cropped ("full screen") and has somewhat faded colors.

KING RICHARD AND THE CRUSADERS (1954) comes dangerously close to being played as a comedy by Rex Harrison.

THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN (2005) is too long and much too politically correct.