I sat down and rewatched one of my favorite old "bad" movies the other day, The Black Shield of Falworth, and I picked up on a couple of items that I hadn't caught in prior viewings (at least not that I remember).
The other thing that I noticed this time around was in the big book of heraldry that Miles was looking through in the Earl's library. While each page had a different coat of arms, the one that really caught my eye this time was the arms of George Washington, copied, from what I remember of the style it was drawn in in that book, from Washington's bookplate (below, from a souvenir postcard).
2 days ago
Yep, the red griffin and torse on a black shield is a heraldic "no-no". Still, I like this film and have it on DVD. ;) Too bad my heraldic dreams never came to pass. ::::heavy sigh::::ReplyDelete