|The Spanish Sword|
|Directed by||Ernest Morris|
|Written by||Brian Clemens (story)|
|Cinematography||Walter J. Harvey (as Jimmy Harvey)|
|Edited by||Peter Pitt|
|Music by||Bill LeSage|
|Distributed by||United Artists Corporation (UK)|
|January 1962 (UK)|
The Spanish Sword is a low budget 1962 British adventure film directed by Ernest Morris and starring Ronald Howard, June Thorburn and Nigel Green.  
Rebellion breaks out during the reign of Henry III, and a brave knight foils the plans of a baron to steal the treasure of the King.
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