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Writer:
Howard R. Cohen (screenplay)
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Release Date:
February 1984 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
The Might of the Sword... The Evil of the Sorcerer... See more »
Plot:
The warrior Deathstalker is tasked by an old witch lady to obtain and unite the three powers of creation - a chalice... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Rick Hill ... Deathstalker (as Richard Hill)

Barbi Benton ... Codille
Richard Brooker ... Oghris

Lana Clarkson ... Kaira
Victor Bo ... Kang
Bernard Erhard ... Munkar
Augusto Larreta ... Salmaron (as August Larreta)
Verónica Llinás ... Toralva (as Lillian Ker)
Marcos Woinsky ... Gargit
Adrián De Piero ... Nicor (as Adrian De Piero)
Jorge Sorvik ... King Tulak (as George Sorvic)
Boy Olmi ... Young Man
Horacio Marassi ... Creature Leader (as Horace Marassi)
Patrick Duggan ... Colobri
Maria Fournery ... Anella
Gabriela Rubinstein ... Tarra
Sebastián Larreta ... Talan (as Sebastian Larreta)
Amalia Marty ... Zaptiah
Claudio Petty ... Guard I (as Claude Petty)
Rudy Kumze ... Guard II

Directed by
James Sbardellati  (as John Watson)
 
Writing credits
Howard R. Cohen (screenplay) (as Howard Cohen)

Produced by
Frank K. Isaac .... associate producer (as Frank K. Isaac Jr.)
Héctor Olivera .... co-producer (as Hector Olivera)
James Sbardellati .... producer
Alejandro Sessa .... co-producer (as Alex Sessa)
Roger Corman .... executive producer (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Óscar Cardozo Ocampo  (as Oscar Cardozo Ocampo)
 
Cinematography by
Leonardo Rodríguez Solís (director of photography) (as Leonardo Rodriguez Solis)
 
Film Editing by
John K. Adams 
Silvia Ripoll 
 
Art Direction by
Emilio Basaldua 
 
Costume Design by
María Julia Bertotto 
 
Makeup Department
John Carl Buechler .... makeup special effects (as John Buechler)
Óscar Mulet .... makeup artist (as Oscar Mulet)
Willy Smith .... makeup special effects assistant (as William Smith)
Rodolfo Spinetta .... hair dresser (as 'Roley' Spinetta)
R. Christopher Biggs .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Alejandro Arando .... production manager (as Alex Plowing)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Carl Buechler .... insert unit director (as John Buechler)
Américo Ortiz de Zárate .... first assistant director (as Amerik von Zaratt)
Claudio Reiter .... second assistant director (as Claude Ritter)
 
Art Department
Ercilia Alonso .... property master
José Cámara .... props (as Joe Camara)
Jorge de la Reta .... props (as George Delaretta)
Mirta Spagarino .... set dresser (as Mary Spagarino)
 
Sound Department
Norberto Castronuovo .... sound mixer (as Norman Newcastle)
Carlos Nis .... boom operator (as Charles Niz)
 
Visual Effects by
Miguel Bronstein .... special optical effects (as Michael Bronstein)
Bret Mixon .... animation assistant (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Richard Brooker .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Miguel Amengual .... gaffer (as Michael Amen)
Juan José Fabio .... assistant camera (as John Faber)
Federico Fernández .... best boy (as Fred Fernson)
Ever Latour .... camera operator (as B.B. Latour)
Hans Ritter .... still photographer
Alejandro Chionetti .... assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Beatriz Quiroga .... costumer (as Beatrice Rowe)
Gloria Van Hartenstein .... costumer (as Gloria von Hartenstein)
 
Editorial Department
Miguel López .... assistant editor (as Michael Molina)
Francisco Mirada .... assistant editor (as Frank Mirada)
Jorge Firdman .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Fernando Guariniello .... assistant editor (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Raúl Ahumada .... production assistant (as Ralph Smoker)
Gonzalo Astorga .... production assistant (as John Astor)
Andrea Coppola .... assistant to director
Ginny Nugent .... production coordinator
Nico Sarudiansky .... production assistant (as Nick Sarudiansky)
Marisa Urruti .... runner (uncredited)
 
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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Warrior King" - Philippines (English title)
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Runtime:
80 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The horsemen at the big tournament were military police officers.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Deathstalker gains the "Sword of Justice" in the cave, the sword glows blue light. However, when the camera cuts and then shows another people in the cave, watching the sword, the light is red.See more »
Quotes:
Deathstalker:Heroes and fools are the same thing.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in The Backlot Murders (2002) (V)See more »

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34 out of 39 people found the following review useful.
Whatever happened to family movies?, 12 March 2001
Author: caspian1978 from Boston, MA

WOW ! If there ever was such a thing called a "guy movie" this is it. Deathstalker is one of few films that includes sword fighting, nudity, mud wrestling, full frontal nudity, and mid evil characters that talk like they're from New Jersey! You got to love it. Take my advice and rent this flick, buy a six pack and a pizza and lock the doors. This is one worth watching if you just broke up with your girl friend.

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