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Highlander - Connor's training

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Uploaded on Oct 3, 2010

Connor eventually settled in Glencoe, Scotland where he married Heather MacDonald (Beatie Edney), his first wife and received training as a blacksmith from her father. In 1541 he was located by a much older immortal who introduced himself as Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez (Sean Connery). Ramirez soon appointed himself Connor's tutor in the situation of being immortal, their pursuit of the Prize and the rules of this age-long "Game". He also explained that his own Spanish name was just his current alias. He adopted it while serving as Chief Metallurgist for Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor (also King of Spain between 1516-1556). He was originally Egyptian and his sword was a katana he received in Japan by his father-in-law Masamune. Masamune was the father of Princess Shakiko, Ramirez's third wife, and supposedly a genius ahead of his time in the forging of swords. It should be perhaps noted that the novelization of this film gives Ramirez's original name as Tak-Ne, his birth in 896 BC, his first "death" in 851 BC and his marriage to Shakiko in 593 BC.

Connor's training under Ramirez lasted for about a year.

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