I have the following sentence:
He grabbed the Duke's shoulder and turned him to face him.
Without pronouns for disambiguation of the two occurrences of "him":
Vigil grabbed the Duke's shoulder and turned the Duke to face Vigil.
Both of these contain very ugly repetition that I would prefer to avoid. I've tried all possible combinations of pronouns and proper names but I can't a solution that sounds right.
How could I restructure this sentence to avoid both the ambiguity of the first and the clumsy over-usage of proper names in the second?