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A long time ago, when i was a kid/teen, I watched a movie about knights, and battles among them.

I really don't remember anything about the story (other than it was fiction, rather than Historical), but what i remember very well, is that some character looks for a magic Jewel (or Stone) which when you put it in the mouth turns you invisible.

I also kind of remember that the stone/jewel is found on a statue's mouth. And the character who finds it gets an obvious advantage against their enemies.

I estimate is a movie from late 80's , early 90's

Any ideas?

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the name of the movie still plagues me... for years now. I remember one character gets knocked and spits out the stone. –  user11348 Jun 26 at 9:25
    
I also vaguely remember something like that from some sword-and-sorcery movie, but there were so many of them in the 80s... –  Walt Jun 26 at 20:04
    
Random guess, but might it be The Emerald Forest (1985), where a child looks for magic stones that turn the members of a tribe invisible ? –  Goodzilla Sep 5 at 10:05

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The original movie name is: I paladini - Storia d'armi e d'amori (Hearts and armour in English).

On YouTube you have the all movie, enjoy:

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it may be it! I dot have time at this very moment to watch it full, so could you help me telling in what minute does the scene of the stone/jewel happens? just to be sure is the one i rememer. Thanks! –  DiegoDD Oct 12 at 23:31
    
update, i skipped along the movie and found the scene! it's at 59:00. i really didn't remember much of the movie whatsoever, but definitely matches the few things I remembered (magical jewel and knights in armour). Thank you! –  DiegoDD Oct 12 at 23:37

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