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    Whats your favorite sword from a movie? Or moment from a movie including a sword?

    My favorite is the scene from 300, phalanx does it job then Leonidas draws and all you know what breaks loose!

    Last edited by Luke.; 08-06-2012 at 02:33 AM.

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    Hey,

    well thats easy:

    ror sure, and by far: the Conan ATLANTEAN sword, made by Albion and the famous Jody Samson

    http://www.myarmoury.com/review_alb_atlantean.html

    Cheers Vincent

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    +1 for Conan's sword but all the swords in Conan are cool.

    Subotai's



    Valleria's



    Conan's Father's sword.



    Though I prefer the rough aged look of the one in the recent remake.



    http://www.flickr.com/photos/artandr...5189/lightbox/

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    I'm looking forward to when you do a sword for a movie, Stuart. I'd like to see you do a version of that sword of valleria.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FortyTwoBlades View Post
    Awesome movie! Love that the cocky young pretender got schooled by the older, far more experienced blade master.

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    Really good duel scenes!

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    this says it all
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    Sleepy Hollow sssssssssssnake hilt. Missed the Albion version. Windlass should hv=ave them in the coming weeks (per their cs) Kind of bland but I likessssssss it.




    The other is probably the sequences of Ichi films. That and too many to mention from good old Japanese films and the swords.



    The Duelists swords I kind of take for granted. Then there is Marlon Brando with his spadroon in Mutiny On The Bounty. Lots of accurate historic types appear in film. Of those military films, probably the nicest I appreciate is the eagle pommel handed to Crow by the French captain (playing doctor) in Master&Commander. I have a screenshot somewhere but I've better pictures of a similar type of hilt.



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    Here are those screenshots. Same eagle type, anyway.



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    Nice!!!

    I also love the rawness of Rob Roy final scene

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27M5...e_gdata_player

    And who can forget jimmy bond fencing!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpTUA...e_gdata_player

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    The masked dude's kris in Queens of Langkasuka:



    And the many dha/krabi in Bang Rajan:


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    Quote Originally Posted by JParanee View Post
    Toshiro Mifune is the best! I don't own a lot of movies but I have all the Kurosawa with him. Definitely my favourites.

    This though is one of my favourite duels from Seven Samurai.


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    Yes Stuart I agree Kurosawa & Mifune rock

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    Is this really even debatable?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans17 View Post
    Is this really even debatable?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans17 View Post
    Is this really even debatable?


    you win.

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    I liked the Kurgan's sword in The highlander because it was a take-down. It wasn't ornate or very original, and the little blades on the hilt seem kind of pointless, but they were scary.

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