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  • Ed Fury as Ursus wearing a green tunic trimmed with leather in the 1961 film "Ursus nella valle dei leoni (Valley of Lions)."
    • Cine-Italia Film

    Ursus nella valle dei leoni (Ursus in the Valley the of Lions)

    1961

    Costume seen on Ed Fury as Ursus

  • Mark Damon as El Kebir wearing a green tunic trimmed with leather in the 1964 film "l figlio di Cleopatra (Son of Cleopatra)."
    • Seven Film
    • United Artists

    Il figlio di Cleopatra (Son of Cleopatra)

    1964

    Costume seen on Mark Damon as El Kebir

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This green costume trimmed with leather was used twice in the 1960s. It was first seen in 1961 on Ed Fury playing the lead role of Ursus in the Italian film Ursus in the Valley of the Lions. In 1964 it was worn by Mark Damon as El Kebir in the film Son of Cleopatra.

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This green costume trimmed with leather was used twice in the 1960s. It was first seen in 1961 on Ed Fury playing the lead role of Ursus in the Italian film Ursus in the Valley of the Lions. In 1964 it was worn by Mark Damon as El Kebir in the film Son of Cleopatra.

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This green costume trimmed with leather was used twice in the 1960s. It was first seen in 1961 on Ed Fury playing the lead role of Ursus in the Italian film Ursus in the Valley of the Lions. In 1964 it was worn by Mark Damon as El Kebir in the film Son of Cleopatra.

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  • Giancarlo Bartolini Salimbeni

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