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I tartari (1961)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Drama | 20 June 1962 (USA)
Burundai, comandante dei Tartari, prende il posto del fratello Togrul, ucciso durante la battaglia contro gli Slavi, a causa del rifiuto del comandante vichingo Oleg di unirsi a loro. Dopo ... See full summary »

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Burundai, comandante dei Tartari, prende il posto del fratello Togrul, ucciso durante la battaglia contro gli Slavi, a causa del rifiuto del comandante vichingo Oleg di unirsi a loro. Dopo l'assassinio della piccola figlia di Togrul per mano dei Vichinghi e della moglie di Oleg per mano dei Tartari, i due capi si affrontano in battaglia. Written by rosebud6

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The Tartars Vs. The Vikings!


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According to Orson Welles' conversations with Peter Bogdanovich, as recounted in the book "This is Orson Welles", Victor Mature had his sandals built up by three inches to make him look taller. See more »

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It is very unlikely that Tartars and other inhabit people of former Russia called "Vikings" to Norsemen. Indigenous people called Northmen "Rus". See more »

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Referenced in El buen amor (1963) See more »

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Orson Welles would act in anything to make his own films
2 May 2010 | by (Dean; College of Useless Knowledge) – See all my reviews

Welles always seemed to need money to make his own movies. He'd take on a role (even if it was just lending his voice) no matter how good or bad the movie was just for the paycheck, saving up until he had enough money to make his next visionary film that was far removed from the normal type that audiences were used to.

You can tell by his acting that he really didn't care about the role--but it was the money that mattered to him--and where the money was--no matter what country he had to go to to get it, he'd take the role--even if it was a piece of crock--and this film sure is! But 1961's THE TARTARS helped finance Welles' next movie (Despite, as usual, his having to film it in another country plus having problems getting a US distributor) the following year--1962's Kafka's THE TRIAL.

As usual, Welles' small indie film made little money and he barely broke even--but he was already planning Shakespeare's CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT and going through the process once more in acting in any role given to him to get those paychecks in his savings account.


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