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The Black Knight (1954)

The Saracens "are in league with King Mark's Cornishmen in a plot to take over Arthur's kingdom (and) have been masquerading as Viking raiders" to undermine the confidence of the Britons in their king. Plot highlights include the rise of a blacksmith to knighthood, which owes more to Ben Franklin's Autobiography than to any medieval source, and an attempted ritual sacrifice by pagans of Christians at Stonehenge, an event accompanied by "heavy drinking and much of what passed in the fifties for sensuous dancing." The Saracens and pagans in this 50s film represent the Communist threat which will endanger Christianity and Western Civilization unless they are stopped.