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The Secret Seven (1963)

Gli invincibili sette (original title)
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Tony Russel ...
Leslio
Helga Liné ...
Lydia (as Helga Line)
Massimo Serato ...
Axel
Gérard Tichy ...
Rabirio (as Gerard Tichy)
Renato Baldini ...
Kadem
Livio Lorenzon ...
Rubio
Barta Barri ...
Baxo (as Barta Barry)
José Marco ...
Luzar (as Joseph Marco)
Cris Huerta ...
Gular (as Kris Huerta)
Gianni Solaro ...
Nakassar
Francesco Sormano ...
Aristocrat
Emma Baron ...
Mother
Pedro Mari Sánchez ...
Ario (as Pedro Marín)
Tomás Blanco ...
Panuzio (as Tomas Blanco)
Renato Montalbano ...
Aristocrat
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April 1966 (USA)  »

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High thrills....
30 September 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Bear in mind I saw this when I was about 12 years old, and this film was thus viewed through the eyes of a child. I haven't seen it since and even doubt it has been screened on UK TV.

This was, I am sure with hindsight, a typical foreign sword-and-sandal escapade, with a loose script, and poorly dubbed. As a 12 year-old, I thought it was magnificent! I can only really recall a couple of scenes, one with a Gatling-Gun-type weapon that fired arrows, and another where the titular 7 were trying to escape a tower on a cliff via a home-made catapult.

Before the days of glittering special effects and multi-million pound budgets, this was the thing Saturday morning cinema was made of. Two films (I don't recall the other one I saw that day)and thrills all the way.

Sadly films such as these will rarely ever get a TV screening, and never satisfy 12-year-olds these days, and the world is probably all the poorer for it. Such nostalgia, huh?


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