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Vulcan, Son of Giove (1962)
"Vulcano, figlio di Giove" (original title)

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A superhero battles lizard men and other monsters that are terrorizing the countryside.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bella Cortez ...
Aetna - the Sicilian Nymph
Iloosh Khoshabe ...
Vulcan - Blacksmith Titan (as Rod Flash)
Liliana Zagra ...
Sicilian Rebel Girl
Furio Meniconi ...
Roger Browne ...
Omero Gargano ...
Neptune - God of the Sea
Isarco Ravaioli ...
Mercurius - Messenger of the Gods
Yvonne Sire ...
Juno - Jupiter's Wife (as Yonne Scirè)
Salvatore Furnari ...
Geo - the Little Man
Ugo Sabetta ...
Milos, King of the Thracians
Renzo Stefilongo
Edda Ferronao ...
Erida, Goddess of Hate
Paolo Pieri
Pasquale Fasciano
Giuseppe Trinca
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Tired of the sexual escapades on earth by his daughter Venus, Jupiter, the god of Lightning, decides he shall marry her soon to one of the candidates: Maciste, a mortal working in Vulcano's cave, and Mars, the god of War. But Mars abducts Venus, allied with Pluto and Eris, and works out a plan involving a bamboo tower high enough for the soldiers of the Thracian King to attack Jupiter in the high Olympus. The gods' contend will be resolved in human fashion on Earth, where even gods are mortal. Written by Artemis-9

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Action | Drama | Fantasy | War

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17 March 1962 (Italy)  »

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Vulcan Son of Jupiter  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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(Eastmancolor)

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2.35 : 1
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In German language countries, France and Spain, the film was shown in different cuts - reflected in disparate censorship ratings - according to the seconds or minutes of erotic scenes deleted from the the director's cut. See more »

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Pure Schlock That's Pure Fun
12 February 2004 | by (Glen Cove, New York) – See all my reviews

This is one of those movies that is so bad it instantly becomes a classic fun film. This is a movie where so much happens you won't be bored, it just keeps moving onward throwing monsters, gods, and myths in every which way at such a rate that you have to keep watching because you simply can't believe whats been thrown into the stew. Watch the film, preferably on a rainy afternoon when its the perfect time for a movie.


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