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David and Goliath (1960 film)

David and Goliath
File:David and Goliath 1960.jpg
Directed by

Orson Welles (uncredited)
Produced by Emimmo Salvi (executive producer)
Written by
  • Gino Mangini
  • Ambrogio Molteni
  • Emimmo Salvi
  • Umberto Scarpelli
Music by Carlo Innocenzi
Cinematography
Editing by Franco Fraticelli
Distributed by Embassy Pictures
Release date(s)
Running time 113 minutes
Country Italy
Language
  • English
  • Italian

David e Golia (English translation: David and Goliath) is a 1960 Italian film directed by Ferdinando Baldi and Richard Pottier with sequences filmed in Israel and Yugoslavia.

Plot summary

The Prophet Samuel foretells a new King will rule Israel to the dismay of King Saul and his cousin and commander in chief Abner. King Saul has been having a streak of bad luck since the Philistine captivity of the Ark and fears the newcomer but doesn't know who the new King will be.

The unsuspecting shepherd David visits Jerusalem where he is identified as the King. Abner decides to test his wisdom by asking how the Israelites can get around the Philistines edict they have imposed that the only ones who may lawfully bear arms in defeated Israel are the officers of Saul's court and his palace guard. David replies that the Philistines have set no limit on the number of officers or palace guards.

Meanwhile, King Asrod of the Philistines plots another attack on the riches of Israel, this time accompanied by the fearsome giant Goliath.

Cast

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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