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Knight Without Armour (1937) was a Adventure - Drama Film directed by Jacques Feyder and produced by Alexander Korda.

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O Amor Nasceu do ?dio (1937) / Knight Without Armour (1937)

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O Amor Nasceu do ?dio (1937) / Knight Without Armour (1937) N?o ? nem um pouco surpreendente assistir a um filme norte-americano ou brit?nico feito durante a Guerra Fria criticando a Uni?o Sovi?tica e a Revolu??o Russa. Mas ver um filme com o mesmo tema feito antes da Segunda Guerra Mundial ? u... Read full article

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Countess Alexandra Vladinoff: [Asking about a bribe] And all he wanted was your wristwatch?
Ainsley J. Fothergill aka Peter Ouronov: [Rhetorically] Well, what use is a wristwatch when trains are to be a week late?

Ainsley J. Fothergill aka Peter Ouronov: [the darkness of the gulag is making him lose his mind. Shouting] Night... night... night! Night all the time! Ceaseless night! Nothing but night all over the earth! The sun must be dead! Everything must be dead! We're the last things alive!

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During the bath tub scene, Marlene Dietrich slipped on a bar of soap falling naked and spreadeagled before cast and crew. Ever the professional, she picked herself up, laughed and continued shooting.
During the shooting Robert Donat had a severe attack of asthma and the film was delayed for almost a month. The producers wanted to replace him but Marlene Dietrich refused.
The poem quoted by Fothergill aka Ouronov is 'Prospice' by Robert Browning. The one quoted by the Countess is 'I have outlasted all desire' (1821) by Alexander Pushkin.
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