Three men hammer on an anvil and pass a bottle of beer around. Notable for being the first film in which a scene is being acted out.
Buster clowns around in a blacksmith's shop until he and the smithy get in a fight which sends the smithy to jail. Buster helps several customers with horses, then destroys a Rolls Royce while fixing the car parked next to it.
Based on a Basque folk tale, ”Patxi herrementaria,” collected by priest, archaeologist and anthropologist José Migel de Barandiarán in 1903, the story is set in the Basque region in 1845, in a universe inhabited by mythological diabolic creatures, battling to capture the souls of the unwitting.
Flavio returns as the heroic blacksmith who uses his magical sword in fighting eveil
Fernando Poe, Jr. is back for the fourth time as Panday Flavio to combat evil once more.
The movie’s plot revolves around Flavio’s daring rescue of his lady love Maria (played by Iza Calzado) from Lizardo. The hero of the story is assisted by his friends Bugoy, Emelita, and Marcos
Flavio III traverses different dimensions to reach penultimate.
Panday is a blacksmith whose real name is Flavio. When a meteor fell from the sky one night, he forged the metal from the meteor into a dagger, the balaraw. When he raises the dagger to the sky, it magically grows into a sword. He uses this magical sword to fight the evil Lizardo and other supernatural beings.
A mystical, powerful ancient being seems to linger on traces of his humanity.
A group of history students are promised a reward if they can find the ancient tools of legendary blacksmith, 'One-Eyed Yardley', who murdered the townspeople of a remote rustic village in the 1800s. Legend says his ghost still stalks these haunted grounds...
Before recorded history there have been professions that have been tempered and preserved through time and still exist today. None of them have been more important than that of the metal worker. No other artisan could work with out the tools they made and no warrior could succeed in battle with out their forged weapons. In ancient times such a person was known in their world as 'The Blacksmith.' One man in Pueblo, Colorado is living out his dream as a professional blacksmith. Revel in the spectacular art of smithing as Alex Chavez describes the passion of the ancient craft.
The Edison Quartet perform songs as blacksmiths. This was one of 200 projects produced using the Edison Kinetophone system. The Kinetophone was a fairly complex mechanical means of creating talking pictures. Unlike previous systems, in which actors would be required to lip sync to preexisting recordings on camera, the Kinetophone was one of the earliest film technologies to record sound at the same time as the image.
The true story of a part aboriginal man who finds the pressure of adapting to white culture intolerable, and as a result snaps in a violent and horrific manner.
Partially Lost film. Difficult to know the plot.
Ang Panday 2 begins with Flavio/Panday (Revilla) and Maria settling in the peaceful and quiet town of Matandang Kahoy. All is well until Lizardo returns and captures Maria. On his quest to save his lady love, Flavio crosses paths with Ariana whose father had been killed by Lizardo. As the two join forces, Ariana finds herself falling for Flavio. All this happens in a magical world filled with dragons, fairies and other mythical beings. According to Director Carlo J. Caparas who penned the story, the King of Philippine Movies himself, the late Fernando Poe Jr., would be impressed with the production of Ang Panday 2. FPJ had starred in the original Panday films, and had long been associated with the beloved Pinoy komiks character.
Moishe Oysher, the renowned cantor and star of Yiddish radio, stars in Edgar G. Ulmer’s musical version of David Pinski’s play Yankl der Shmid. Singing, dancing, and flashing his eyes, Oysher gives his most robust performance as a passionate shtetl blacksmith who must struggle against temptation to become a mensch. Recently rediscovered footage makes this the most complete extant version of Ulmer’s lively folk operetta, replete with an example of Yiddish swing.
The half-blind Sir Blur, who is both knight and mailman, torments a blacksmith with his bumbling.
Four men at work in a forge. The uses hammers and and anvil to beat metal.
A Terrytoons cartoon released 3 November 1933.
Andy Panda is helping his pop out in his blacksmith shop and expresses a desire of his to shoe a horse. Pop tells him he couldn't even shoe a fly (laughs!!!) and decides to prove it to him by taking him up on the offer... namely by disguising himself as a horse (named Charlie) to fool his son. Andy agrees to shoe "Charlie" but the plan goes awry when all manner of disaster befalls the disguised pop culminating in his swallowing several magnets. The magnets within him attract first a heavy anvil and then a pile of burning hot horseshoes! Eventually the disguise comes off and Andy promptly shoes the disguise (thinking it's still Charlie) and proudly tells Pop, "Told ya I could shoe a horse!" Pop, still fleeing the horseshoes, asks Andy, "Tell your mom I won't be home for dinner!"
This show is based on the light novel series by Isao Miura of the same name. Cecily Campbell is the only child of the famous Campbell family. When her father passes away she joins the prestigious Knight Guards to honour her family's legacy. Soon Cecily encounters a strange young man with a unique sword and an even more unique fighting style. Cecily learns that the man is Luke Ainsworth a blacksmith with a very mysterious past. Soon Cecily and Luke become comrades, of sorts, and together with blacksmith's assistant, Lisa and the Demon Sword of Wind, Aria they embark on many adventures together.