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When Igor (Livio Lorenzon) slapped Landa (Chelo Alonso), the fiery Cuban actress couldn't help herself, and slapped him back. After ruining a couple of takes this way, the old director lost his patience and had Chelo's hands tied off screen. She took it as the script demanded, but after the scene cut, she walked to her colleague, slapped him, and told him, "Here's the change!" See more »
Londo, your dancing makes fires burn in my veins.
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I saw Steve Reeves In Goliath and the Barbarians first . I was nine years old. I am now 51. I had been enchanted with Samson And Delilah with Victor Mature up until I saw Stevie in this movie. Stevie Immediately made me a follower of his movies after that. I want them all!
If movie makers can bring Weismuller's tarzan movies to dvd or vhs, then, with Steve Reeves' baby -boomer following ,it should be lucrative to bring ALL of his movies back. If I'm willing to buy all of them then hundreds of thousands baby-boomers are too. I got very lucky and dubbed Goliath from a television transmission in the late 80's. Even my children liked this movie then and they still watch it now! This movie is really that remarkable and probably that marketable. Keep Steve Reeves alive; keep his artistic creations alive. Please put Goliath and his other movies on plastic so we can play our part. THANKS.
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