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Director:
Writers:
John F. Goff (screenplay)
Matt Cimber (original story) ...
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Release Date:
1983 (UK) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
A woman of beauty. A warrior of strength. A hunter of man. See more »
Plot:
Born in a tribe of fierce warrior women, Hundra has been raised to despise the influence of men. An archer... See more » | Add synopsis »
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(12 articles)
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The world's first feminist? See more (15 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Laurene Landon ... Hundra
Cihangir Gaffari ... Nepakin (as John Ghaffari)
María Casal ... Tracima
Ramiro Oliveros ... Pateray
Luis Lorenzo ... Rothrar
Tamara ... Chrysula
Victor Gans ... Landrazza
Cristina Torres ... Shandrom
Bettina Brenner ... Hundra's Mother
María Vico ... Midwife
Fernando Bilbao ... Torente (as Fernando Bilbao 'Fred Harris')
Jorge Bosso ... Gordoza
Elena Segovia ... Young Girl
Hilda Fuchs ... Mother of Girl
Fernando Martínez ... Cave People Chief
Lola Peno ... Torente Wife
Julia Castellanos ... Torente Wife 2
Elsa Zabala ... Tribal Woman
Mario De Barros ... Priest 1
Adolfo Heredia ... Priest 2
Larri ... Beast
Alicia Fernández Cavada ... Hundra Villager
Arrate Zubizarreta ... Hundra Villager
Conchita De Grado ... Hundra Villager
Maria Luisa Crespo ... Hundra Villager (as María Luisa Crespo)
Azucena Hernández ... Hundra Villager
Eva Lyberten ... Hundra Villager
Sally O'Neill ... Hundra Villager
Ana Gervasone ... Hundra Villager
Elke Stolzemberg ... Hundra Villager
Margarita Herrera ... Temple Girl
Juana Gracia ... Temple Girl
Pat Izquierdo ... Temple Girl
Catherine Basseti ... Temple Girl (as Catherine Bassetti)
Paola Matos ... Temple Girl
Berenguela Parres ... Temple Girl
María Jésus Visedo ... Temple Girl
Roxane Kingsley ... Temple Girl
Devora Howle ... Temple Girl
Angel Garcia ... Temple Girl
Pedro Fournier ... Chieftain
Frank Braña ... Chieftain
Eduardo Fajardo ... Chieftain
Alito Rodgers Jr. ... Chieftain (as Alito Rogers jr.)
Román Ariznavarreta ... Chieftain (as Román Ariznabarreta)
Kunio Kobayashi ... Chieftain
Guillermo Antón ... Chieftain
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John F. Goff ... Would-be back alley rapist (uncredited)

Directed by
Matt Cimber 
 
Writing credits
John F. Goff  screenplay (as John Goff) &
Matt Cimber  original story &
Matt Cimber  screenplay

Produced by
Cihangir Gaffari .... producer (as John Ghaffari)
Edward L. Montoro .... executive producer (as Eric Bruckner)
José Truchado .... executive producer (as Jose Truchado)
 
Original Music by
Ennio Morricone 
 
Cinematography by
John Cabrera (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Claudio M. Cutry  (as Claudio Cutri)
 
Casting by
Francisco García 
 
Art Direction by
José María Tapiador 
 
Set Decoration by
José Luis del Barco 
 
Costume Design by
Agustín Jiménez 
 
Makeup Department
Polonia Bonilla .... assistant hair stylist (as M.a Polonia Bonilla)
Cristóbal Criado .... makeup artist
Carlo De Marchis .... special effects makeup
Ana Erlado .... assistant hair stylist
Juan Farsac .... assistant makeup artist (as Juan Luis Farssac)
Luis Griado .... assistant makeup artist
Marisol Guardia .... assistant makeup artist
Rosa Martín .... hairdresser
Paquita Trench .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Diego Gómez Sempere .... production manager (as Diego G. Sempere)
Juan Antonio Romero .... second assistant production manager
Juan Sempere .... assistant production manager (as Juan G. Sempere)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Yousaf Bokhari .... third assistant director
José Cruchado Jr. .... fourth assistant director
José Luis García Berlanga .... first assistant director
Carlos Scola .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Emilio Ardura .... on set props
Ángel Arriola .... set carpenter
Pablo Arroyo .... property master
José Moreno .... assistant property master
Luciano Romero .... assistant property master
Vicente Santiago .... assistant property master
Francisco Sánchez .... set painter
Manolo Torres .... assistant property master
 
Sound Department
Fausto Ancillai .... sound mixer
Mary Jo Devenney .... boom operator
Manuel Ferreiro .... sound assistant
Amir Khadir .... assistant sound mixer
Vernon Messenger .... sound editor
Ali Nabegui .... assistant sound mixer
Jefferson Richard .... sound mixer (as Jeff Richards)
 
Special Effects by
Juan R. Balandin .... special effects assistant
Fernando Caso .... special effects registration
Carlo De Marchis .... special effects makeup (as Carlo Di Marchis)
Manuel Gomez .... special effects assistant (as Manuel Gómez)
Alvaro Gramigna .... special effects registration
Antonio Parra .... special effects
Josep Vargas .... special effects assistant (as José Vargas)
 
Stunts
José Bellido .... stunts
Cabares Carballo .... stunts
Rafael Gomez Castro .... stunts (as Rafel Gómez Castro)
Solier Fagundez .... stunts (as Soller Gagundes)
José García García .... stunts
Luis M. Gutiérrez Santos .... stunts (as Luis Gutlérrez)
Francisco Gómez .... stunts
Rafaél Gómez .... stunts (as Rafael Gómez)
Javier Inglés .... stunt coordinator
Ignacio Losada .... stunts
Juan Montoya Garcia .... stunts
Juan Montoya Muhoz .... stunts
Carlos Montoya .... stunts
Enrique Montoya .... stunts
Rafael Montoya .... stunts
José Panizo .... stunts
Pedro Parra .... stunts
Antonio Santagio .... stunts
Eugenio Serrano .... stunts
José María Serrano .... stunts
Miguel Pedregosa .... stunt performer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Pedro Alonso .... assistant head grip
Juan Luis Alvarez .... assistant head grip
Ricardo Arenas .... gaffer
Julián Fernández .... head grip
Pablo Fernández .... assistant head grip
Francisco Gallardo .... assistant gaffer
Salvador Gil .... camera operator
Salvador Gómez Calle .... assistant camera
José Enrique Izqulerdo .... camera operator
Emilio Marquerie .... assistant gaffer
Alfredo Mayo .... camera operator
Francisco Miravet .... assistant gaffer
José C. Penide .... assistant gaffer
Jesús Rodriguez .... assistant crane operator
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez .... crane operator (as Angel Rodriquez)
José Salvador .... still photographer
Felipe Sánchez .... assistant head grip
 
Casting Department
José Luiz de Diego .... assistant casting director
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Pablo Espinosa .... wardrobe assistant
Rafael Guerrero .... wardrobe assistant
Carmen Ochoa .... wardrobe assistant
Isabel Perales .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Rafaela Andújar .... assistant editor
Dolores Domínguez .... assistant editor
Juan Ignacio San Mateo .... assistant editor
Juan Serra .... assistant editor
 
Transportation Department
Juan Castro .... production driver
Diego Fernández .... production driver: Almeria (as Diego Fernández e hijos)
Ángel López .... production driver
Ángel Megino .... heavy transportation (as Angel Megino)
Joaquín Ruiz .... production driver
José Varela .... production driver
 
Other crew
Paco Ardura .... wrangler (as Francisco Ardura)
José Cinaza .... camp molder
Jorge Costalo .... assistant wrangler
Perla Cruchado .... production secretary
José Román de la Corre .... crew doctor
Basilio Escudero .... assistant wrangler
Esperanza González .... lab technician
José Medina .... lab technician
Juan Moncedero .... assistant wrangler
José Ramón Puildo .... assistant camp molder
Carlos Alonzo Roco .... assistant wrangler (as Carlos Alonso Roco)
Rafael Rodrigo .... lab technician
Isabel Ruiz Capillas .... script supervisor (as Maribel Ruiz Capillas)
José María San Mateo .... registration engineer
Miguel Villafáfila .... lab technician
 

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Runtime:
90 min | USA:109 min (DVD version)
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Color:
Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Certification:
Australia:R | Canada:13+ (Québec) | Germany:16 (re-rating) (2013) | Germany:12 (heavily cut) (2001) | Iceland:(Banned) | Spain:13 | UK:18 | West Germany:18 (original rating)

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5 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
The world's first feminist?, 4 April 2006
Author: Paul Morris from Brisbane, Australia

After her all-woman tribe gets wiped out by some nasty men for no reason, Hundra takes off in search of a man to impregnate her (hopefully with a girl) to ensure the tribe does not die out for good. After giving the aforementioned men what-for, Hundra, her horse and her pet dog that follows her around everywhere, travel in search of the perfect man for the job. After a failed attempt with a drunken slob who Hundra ends up thumping, she arrives in a near-by desert village run by a chauvinist pig and his merry men. This "prince" likes to select the most attractive-looking female residents of the village and uses a hot mistress to teach them how to be the perfect woman, so they can then serve the drunken, brutish town aristocrats. Hundra stumbles upon the plot and tries to stop it, but is abducted and forced to undergo the same "training". Meanwhile, she falls for the village doctor and wants him to be the father of her child, but he is not very willing...

Hundra could possibly be the world's earliest feminist. She hates men and is strongly for women's rights, trying to force her beliefs on every woman she comes across later in the film. She is also well-versed in fighting and weaponry, making her no novice when it comes to taking-on these men. After she is forced into "training" by the prince, she discovers that her teacher has an illegitimate son, which the prince would kill her for. In exchange for keeping this secret, the teacher agrees to help Hundra win-over the doctor so they can make a baby. Hundra tries and tries and finally convinces the teacher to fight back against the prince and his merry men, and stand-up for her rights. There are many women's lib speeches from Hundra, almost as much of that as there is sword and sorcery, so you get my drift when I say feminism...

As for the sword and sorcery, it's a grand old fare with much slicing and dicing. There's a fair amount of blood and heads coming off, and even the poor old pet dog gets into a fight with a prince! There also seems to be a few horses who didn't get the good end of the bargain, falling all over the place. Speaking of horses, there's a strange scene where Hundra rides her horse through the ocean naked, presumably to bathe them both? You've also got a tiny bit of slap-and-tickle and the acting is fairly ordinary. No one stands-out much. The ending is what you'd expect, with the oppressed women rising up against those brutal men. None of them just seem to be as good with a sword as our Hundra! She also does it with the doctor and gives birth to a baby, but when she says "Give me my daughter", the doctor and the teacher exchange concerned glances, as if the baby's actually a boy. But Hundra says nothing of it later, so who knows what that scene was about... It must have been a girl, then! Doing her bit for the women of the village, Hundra takes her baby and rides off into the sunset, ready to try and replenish her tribe so that they may thrive again...

With the feminist themes, this film is an interesting twist on the abundant sword and sorcery plot. The locations were very well used and the film was well edited. Can't say much of the music, but there's nothing there that will truly annoy you, except for some of the storyline, of course! Not a bad viewing.

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