Lionheart 34 years old

He has the fire of his sword. And the courage of his youth.

A young knight sets out to join King Richards crusaders. Along the way, he encounters The Black Prince who captures children and sells them as slaves to the Muslims. It is Robert Narra's sworn duty to protect the children and lead them to safety.

Credits

Lionheart Cast

Name Character
Gabriel Byrne He was 37, now 71 years old as Black Prince
Nicholas Clay He was 40, 53 years old when he died as Charles De Montfort
Eric Stoltz He was 25, now 60 years old as Robert Nerra
Paul Rhys He was 23, now 58 years old as Mayor of the Underground City
Sammi Davis She was 23, now 57 years old as Baptista
Dexter Fletcher He was 21, now 55 years old as Michael
Bruce Purchase He was 48, 69 years old when he died as Simon Nerra
John Franklyn-Robbins He was 62, 84 years old when he died as The Abbot
Nicola Cowper She was 19, now 54 years old as Blanche
Penny Downie She was 33, now 68 years old as Madelaine
Neil Dickson He was 36, now 70 years old as King Richard
Nadim Sawalha He was 51, now 86 years old as Selim

Lionheart Crew

Name Department
Menno Meyjes as Screenplay. He was 33 (now 68) years old Writing
Menno Meyjes as Story. He was 33 (now 68) years old Writing
David Bretherton as Editor. He was 63 (76) years old when He died Editing
Cliff Robinson (1930) as Art Direction. He was 57 (now 91) years old Art
Josie MacAvin as Set Decoration. She was 68 (86) years old when She died Art
Alec Mills as Director of Photography. He was 55 (now 89) years old Camera
Jack Schwartzman as Executive Producer. He was 55 (61) years old when He died Production
Stanley O'Toole as Producer. He was 48 (65) years old when He died Production
Francis Ford Coppola as Executive Producer. He was 48 (now 82) years old Production
Talia Shire as Producer. She was 41 (now 75) years old Production
Gil Parrondo as Production Design. He was 66 (95) years old when He died Art
Richard Outten as Screenplay. He was 34 (now 69) years old Writing
Lionheart poster
Lionheart (34 years)

He has the fire of his sword. And the courage of his youth.

  • Release day: Friday, August 14, 1987
  • Runtime: 104 minutes