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Tinerete fara batrînete (1968)

A young man's quest for a kingdom promising eternal youth and immortality. To reach his goal he must fulfill the three wishes of the Emperor's daughter, retrieve three golden objects and answer three riddles set by the Lord of Time

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Carmen Stanescu ...
Imparateasa Tinereti
Emanoil Petrut ...
Imparatul / Mos Vreme
Anna Széles ...
Zana (as Ana Széles)
Mircea Breazu ...
Fat Frumos
Nicolae Secareanu ...
Imparatul Minciuna
Ion Tugearu ...
fiul Imparatului Minciuna
Mihai Paladescu ...
Vrajitoarea
Nicolae Brancomir ...
Inteleptul
Margareta Pogonat
George Motoi ...
(as George Mottoi)
Corina Constantinescu
Eugenia Bosânceanu ...
(as Eugenia Bosînceanu)
Zoe Anghel Stanca ...
(as Zoe Anghel-Stanca)
Simona Manda
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A young man's quest for a kingdom promising eternal youth and immortality. To reach his goal he must fulfill the three wishes of the Emperor's daughter, retrieve three golden objects, answer three riddles set by the Lord of Time, and overcome an evil witch and escape the Kingdom of Lies ruled by an evil Emperor and the young man's nemesis, the Prince of Lies. In return for good deeds along the way, he is given a magical horn and feather to aid him in his quest and is served by a flying horse, All this before he can finally enter the Kingdom of Youth without Old Age and Life without Death and marry the Emperor's daughter. Written by kosmikino(kosmikino@gmail.com)

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Fantasy

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20 November 1971 (USA)  »

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Kingdom in the Clouds  »

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Paramount distributed this film in the US and Australia (and possibly Canada) as part of its kiddie matinee package to theatres in the early 1970s. See more »

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very fine traditional and unusual fairy tale
29 May 2003 | by (montreal, quebec) – See all my reviews

i saw this movie dubbed in French as La Clé d'or... Elisabeta Bostan got friends with Quebec film maker and distributor Rock Demers. Faroun films is a Rock Demers distribution company he created in 1965 and wich distributed La Clé d'or in Quebec TV at the time. Rock Demers created then films La Fête, and together with other european film makers produced quite a big series of 'contes pour tous', still classics in Quebec (La guerre des Tuques, Opération beurre de pinottes, Aventuriers timbre perdu, etc....

But this here movie was made in 68 in romania... and has the european coloration of fairy-tales produced at the time by Alexander Rou, and other russian and czech producers... It's is a great tale about the Truth and the PureHeart always winning over the King of Liars, and all that is against us in life : Time, Nature, etc... The sets are just artificial enough for a fantasy...that's what so good about these movies, no big fuss about special effects and all...

the overall impression is just a litte 60's-kitsch tone with a very good scenario and great casting and makeup : ahhh the witch is so....a witch!!!


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