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Vulcan, Son of Giove (1962) Poster

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Italian censorship visa #37004 issued March 12, 1962.
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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.
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Gordon Mitchell does a guest appearance as Pluto, God of Darkness, in a short sequence that is unrelated to the plot.
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The French VHS PAL release by MPM and the Dark Side Collection VHS PAL bilingual release, Vulcan: Dieu du Feu - Hephaistos: o teos tis fotias, has a misleading back cover art of a mixed arena fight between a long aired woman and a man, which is NOT from this film.
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First sword and sandal movie filmed in Iran, it presented Iranian bodybuilder Iloosh Khoshabe as Maciste/Vulcan, who would make a comfortable career in similar roles.
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