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Seven Slaves Against Rome (1964)

Gli schiavi più forti del mondo (original title)
Tribune Marcus Aulus, out of favor in Rome because of his alleged sympathy for Christians, arrives to take charge of an aqueduct project on the hot, arid fringes of the Empire. Centurion ... See full summary »

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Roger Browne ...
Marcus
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Balisten
Arnaldo Fabrizio ...
Goliath
Scilla Gabel ...
Claudia
Aldo Pini ...
Traidor
Alfredo Rizzo ...
Efrem
Giacomo Rossi Stuart ...
Gaius (as Giacomo Rossi-Stuart)
Carlo Tamberlani ...
Lucius Terentius
Germano Longo ...
Lucius Emilius
Luciana Vincenzi
Alfio Caltabiano ...
Gladiatore
Calisto Calisti ...
Selim
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Pietro Ceccarelli
Mario Novelli
Nello Pazzafini
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Tribune Marcus Aulus, out of favor in Rome because of his alleged sympathy for Christians, arrives to take charge of an aqueduct project on the hot, arid fringes of the Empire. Centurion Gaius, cruel and corrupt, resents being replaced by Marcus. He instigates a revolt by his slave-workers, then blames the situation on Marcus. During the revolt, five muscular slaves escape. They meet up with fellow escapee Balisten, a farmer unjustly condemned to the aqueduct project. Balisten, impressed by Marcus's enlightened attitudes, has rescued the Tribune from the revolt. The six slaves, with Marcus's advice, plan to gain their freedom using their prowess as gladiators. Marcus plans to clear his name and to re-unite with his fiancée, Claudia, recently arrived from Rome. Gaius plans to kill Marcus and thus hide the truth about the slave revolt. Brawls and fights both inside and outside the arena come thick and fast. Written by dinky-4 of Minneapolis

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Seven Slaves Against the World  »

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Fans of "beefcake" must be patient when watching this movie. Gordon Mitchell does not bare his chest till about the 53-minute mark. Roger Browne bares his chest about a minute later. See more »

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Lucius Emilius: [speaking of runaway slaves] I'll proceed to cut them off at the plain of Emmareth. A thousand crosses will mark the end of their flight.
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Featured in 42nd Street Forever, Volume 2: The Deuce (2006) See more »

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Many small virtues balance a major flaw
11 March 2013 | by (Minneapolis) – See all my reviews

I wish that I, like reviewer Marek, had seen this at the age of 9. I would probably have been delighted by its many bursts of action, its muscular cast, its exotic locations, its handsomely-mounted look. However, while still admiring these virtues, as a grown-up I must point out the serious flaw which handicaps this movie. Call this the "divided hero" flaw. A pre-title sequence introduces us to Gordon Mitchell, a farmer whose refusal to give up his horses to the Romans condemns him to slave-labor on an aqueduct project. Then we meet Roger Browne, a Roman Tribune who seeks to treat slave-laborers in a fair and humane manner. Both these actors get star billing above the title and the script can't decide which one on which to concentrate. Is the movie about Gordon Mitchell's efforts to free himself from Roman bondage so he can return in peace to his farm? Or is the movie about Roger Browne's efforts to clear his name from false charges made by the villainous Gaius, (Giacomo Rossi-Stuart), so he can hold his head high when he marries his Roman fiancée? The movie's confusion about its central purpose is never fully resolved. And then there's that annoying midget. At least there's a lot of beefcake to look at while pondering these matters, though it takes quite awhile before Mitchell and Browne bare their nipples, and Browne's big bare-chest scene, when he sword-fights Giacomo Rossi-Stuart, is, alas, dimly lit.


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