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Wizards of the Lost Kingdom (1985)

When evil screams throughout the world. When all the galaxies converge. When all that's fair and fine seems lost. A Hero will emerge.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Kor
Vidal Peterson ...
Simon
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Shurka
Barbara Stock ...
Udea
Maria Socas ...
Acrasia
Dolores Michaels ...
Aura
Edgardo Moreira ...
Wulfrick / Old Simon / Gulfax (as Edward Morrow)
Augusto Larreta ...
King Tylor (as August Larreta)
Michael Fontaine ...
Hurla
Marcos Woinsky ...
Rongar (as Mark Welles)
Marina Magali ...
Linnea (as Mary Gale)
Norton Freeman ...
Sipra
Arch Gallo ...
Bobino
Mark Peters ...
Timmon
Rick Gallo ...
Malkon
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Storyline

Simon, son of the wizard, must flee when the empire is overthrown by the evil Shurka. Schooled in the arts of magic, he must find the Ring of Magic and the Sword of Power and defeated the wizard who killed his father. He is joined in his quest by the swordmaster Kor, his faithful creature Gulfax, and the Forest Wizard Hurla. Written by <crow_steve@hotmail.com>

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Trivia

Edward Morrow is listed thrice in the closing credits: once as Wulfrick, once as the older Simon, and once as Gulfax. See more »

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Simon and Gulfax view a wizard's battle on the surface of a lake but the projected-in image is upside-down. See more »

Quotes

Simon: [Last lines] Kor?
[Simon hugs Kor, then they clasp hands]
Kor: Rule well, Simon. Be a good king. Go on, go on back, Simon! Get some, they're waiting for ya!
[King Simon & his friends wave to cheering crowds. Kor walks off into the distance as the end credits roll]
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And they made a sequel??
21 December 2004 | by (Darwin, Australia) – See all my reviews

This movie is truly brilliant. It ducks through banality to crap at such speed you don't even see good sense and common decency to mankind go whizzing past. But it doesn't stop there! This movie hits the bottom of the barrel so hard it bounces back to the point of ludicrous comedy: behold as Kor the Beergutted Conan wannabe with the over-abundance of neck hair struts his stuff swinging his sword like there's no tomorrow (and the way he swung it, I really am amazed there *was* a tomorrow for him, or at least, for his beer gut). Don't miss this movie, it's a fantastic romp through idiocy, and sheer bloody mindedness! And once you have finished watching this one, dry the tears of joy (or tears of frustration at such an inept attempt at storytelling) from your eyes because some stupid f00l gave these people another $5 to make a sequel!


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