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Richard Aubrey (story)
Serge de la Roche (screenplay)
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March 1975 (USA) See more »
Women Warriors as Sensuous as they are Savage. Women Rulers as Passionate as they are Powerful. See more »
A story of a tribe of Amazons in the age of swords and chariots. The film opens with the tribe holding physical contests to select a new queen... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Alena Johnston ... Antiope
Sabine Sun ... Oreitheia
Rosanna Yanni ... Penthesilea
Helga Liné ... High Priestess

Rebecca Potok ... Melanippe
Malisa Longo ... Leuthera
Lucy Tiller ... Alana
Almut Berg ... Cynara

Luciana Paluzzi ... Phaedra
Angelo Infanti ... Theseus
Fausto Tozzi ... General
Ángel del Pozo ... Captain
Franco Borelli ... Perithous
Benito Stefanelli ... Commander
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anna Ardizzone (as Anna Maria Ardizzone)
Rita Calderoni ... Amazon Woman
Francesco D'Adda
Serge de la Roche
Massimo De Rita
Veronique Floret
Arduino Maiuri
Carla Mancini
Ulrike Pesch
Anna Petocchi
Nathalie Plouvie
Virginia Rhodes
Nestore Cavaricci ... Tribesman (uncredited)
Godela H. Meyer ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Terence Young 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Richard Aubrey  story
Serge de la Roche  screenplay
Massimo De Rita  screenplay
Robert Graves  story
Arduino Maiuri  screenplay
Antonio Recoder  writer
Charles Spaak  writer
Luciano Vincenzoni  story
Terence Young 

Produced by
Nino Crisman .... producer
José García Moreno .... associate producer
André Génovès .... producer (recut version)
Gregorio Sacristán .... producer
Original Music by
Riz Ortolani 
Cinematography by
Aldo Tonti 
Alejandro Ulloa 
Film Editing by
Roger Dwyre 
Production Design by
Mario Garbuglia 
Set Decoration by
Julio Molina 
Makeup Department
Otello Fava .... makeup artist
Toñy Nieto .... hair stylist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Johnny Dwyre .... second unit director
John Longmuir .... assistant director
Visual Effects by
Emilio Ruiz del Río .... matte painting
Editorial Department
John Longmuir .... assistant editor
Other crew
Jana Marekova .... choreographer

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Also Known As:
"War Goddess" - , Canada (English title) (new title)
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105 min | Spain:93 min | USA:89 min
Color (Technicolor)
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Sound Mix:
Australia:R | Finland:K-16 | Portugal:M/18 | Sweden:(Banned) | UK:X (original rating) (cut) | USA:R

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Referenced in Terence Young: Bond Vivant (1999) (V)See more »


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2 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Lousy especially from a directing point of view, 3 December 2010
Author: HEFILM from French Polynesia

There is no sense of fun or logic or pacing to this "movie." The first half is pretty much as bad as they come, then Luciana Paluzzi shows up for about ten minutes then the rest is lousy again. Terence Young, Bob Simmons both did some of the best Bond films, Simmons being stunt man/coordinator. I hope they were off drinking and whoring around and aren't responsible for most of this movie because that's about the only explaining it. There is virtually no style to the film, barley even C grade film school work and F grade acting other than Paluzzi who does her own dubbing-but sadly keeps her clothes on. All the fight scenes are poorly done with people pretending to be impaled on spears and the ladies struggling under the weight of their own armor. Certainly women can be athletic but I guess none could be found to be in this movie. Humor? The fact that it's unfunny when it's supposed to be doesn't make it a success. It's just so shoddy. Composer Riz Ortalani at least doesn't shame himself and turns in a fun main theme and a few other good tunes, but his music is choppily edited. There is a fair amount of mostly brief nudity but most of it is shot from far away with no erotic or exploitation generated--it's like they didn't' even care about showing off the nudity. Best scene is a naked fight during a thunder storm which has a bit of style and exploitation, almost nothing else in the movie works. It's inept, though the sets and number of extras are large what they do with them is poor. 2 decent glass matte paintings. The DVD from world class bad filmmaker Fred Ray is full frame scratched up choppy and froze in my DVD player when I desperately tried to fast forward to the next badly staged battle scene or through the horribly acted non funny talk scenes that outnumber battle and gratuitous nude scenes--this print is missing the opening "joke" titles other reviews refer to. It's just about totally worthless. Lead non actress has large natural breasts and no ability to carry a scene let alone a whole movie, lead dark haired villainess has large fake ones. A few dolly shots, very few,are the only attempts to direct a scene and again the cast of women can't act and can't fight and the nude scenes are usually shot so blandly--there is just virtually no reason to watch it. Shockingly it's listed as Terence Young's (fill in the blank for the title as there are several to choose from) perhaps the producers insisted on using this credit or for some reason Young actually wanted to possess this film in that way. Wow, hard to believe he ever did anything worthwhile from seeing this, it's almost beyond understanding--other than perhaps whatever big parties the cast and crew may have enjoyed and their pay checks--too bad they kept all that fun to themselves. I'd really like to know what they were thinking, or perhaps they were hoping the movie would go unseen, Sad sad. Young has made other bad films but rarely one so inept and clunky.

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