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Anthar l'invincibile (1964)

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(1962) Kirk Morris, Michelle Girardon. One of the more obscure of the "Sons of Hercules" film series. The son of Hercules is pitted against a ruthless desert warrior. A cut above average ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kirk Morris ...
Anthar
Michèle Girardon ...
Princess Soraya
Renato Baldini ...
Kamal
Mario Feliciani ...
Ganor
José Jaspe ...
Akrim
Manuel Gallardo ...
Prince Daikor
Nadine Verdier ...
Slave Girl
Aldo Cecconi ...
Abdul
Malika Kamal ...
Slave Girl
Roberto Dell'Acqua ...
Aimu the Mute
Howard Ross ...
Hasien
Pietro Tordi ...
Bidder
Ugo Sasso ...
Murad
Giacomo Furia ...
Salene
Laura Nucci ...
Adonna
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(1962) Kirk Morris, Michelle Girardon. One of the more obscure of the "Sons of Hercules" film series. The son of Hercules is pitted against a ruthless desert warrior. A cut above average because of the direction by Antonio Margheriti. 16mm. Written by Anonymous

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27 June 1964 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Devil of the Desert Against the Son of Hercules  »

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ESP 16,929,249 (Spain)
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2.35 : 1
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Gainor has a chamber of mirrors millennia before the development of the technology to produce flat glass and silvering. See more »

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Anthar: [to Kamal] I'll choke you with my own hands until you're dead!
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exciting Kirk Morris peplum with exotic setting
3 August 2003 | by (south Texas USA) – See all my reviews

This review is of the US TV print, THE DEVIL OF THE DESERT AGAINST THE SON OF HERCULES, which is probably edited. For some reason, a number of the sword-and-sandal films starring Kirk Morris put him in varied settings--Scotland, Atlantis,the Steppes of Russia, a generic "Arabic" setting. This one is set in the latter and does have some nice North African location shooting in a few scenes. It's the usual story of the daughter of nobility whose father is slain by an evil tyrant and who is sold into slavery, only to be saved by an honest, strong, brave man of common origin but renowned among the common people. Morris, who doesn't enter the film for at least ten minutes as the problem is established, is not usually given a lot of pages of dialogue in his films, and that's true here too, but like any stoic hero he doesn't need to say much because his actions speak louder than words and because all the words he speaks are of significance. The director here is Anthony Dawson/Antonio Marghetti, who has done many classics in the Italian Western and Horror fields. Here, he provides many unexpected visuals and keeps the pace moving quickly. The set design is vivid and unusual throughout also. This is an above average peplum film, fortunately in color (many US TV prints of sword and sandal films are B&W versions of films originally made and shown in Europe in color). I expect that someday these films will come to DVD in unedited form, letter boxed, in sparkling transfers, with original credits, such as has been done to Mario Bava horror films and various Italian westerns. But that day isn't here yet, so until then check the internet for VHS copies. If you like the genre, this one is worth seeing for the offbeat setting and the exciting pace. PS, Morris' mute sidekick is usually called Amute, but in one scene he is called, twice, something that sounds like "mosquito." Is that an Italian diminutive term of affection or a character name? Anyone know?


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