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Wizards of the Lost Kingdom (1985)

PG  |   |  Action, Adventure, Family  |  October 1985 (USA)
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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 overview, first billed only:
Vidal Peterson ...
Barbara Stock ...
Maria Socas ...
Dolores Michaels ...
Edgardo Moreira ...
Wulfrick / Old Simon / Gulfax (as Edward Morrow)
Augusto Larreta ...
King Tylor (as August Larreta)
Michael Fontaine ...
Marcos Woinsky ...
Rongar (as Mark Welles)
Marina Magali ...
Linnea (as Mary Gale)
Norton Freeman ...
Arch Gallo ...
Mark Peters ...
Rick Gallo ...


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 <>

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wizard | magic | creature | hero | sword | See All (67) »


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October 1985 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Wizard Wars  »

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


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


Edited from Sorceress (1982) See more »

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Gee, do ya think this was possibly a foreign film?
21 December 2003 | by (Owensboro, KY) – See all my reviews

According to the page for this swords-and-sorcery disaster, Warriors of the Lost Kingdom was originally made in Argentina. That comes as no real surprise to me, since half of the dialogue doesn't even try to match up with the actors' lip movements. So what else can be said about a movie that everyone else in the world has already mentioned? Well, I guess I'll start off by explaining how I came about this movie. In all fairness, I would have never recognized the title if it had not been for the hilarious review on the Jabootu bad movie Web site. So while scowering the Family section of my local Star Trax video (a B-movie fan's paradise, as I quickly found out), I immediately knew the movie by its title and pictures on the back. Of course, the video cover tries in vain to make this look much more interesting than it actually is, so I weep for the poor kids who rented this wanting a good time. Sorry boys and girls, but this is one stinky Argentinian film that no one could enjoy outside of the camp value. And believe me, this thing has tons of camp. As my friend and I threw comments at the screen, there were numerous moments where our jaws just dropped. That sequed into out and out laughter, as certain elements are simply ridiculous. For example, the "big name actor" here is BO SVENSON. Who, you may ask? Who indeed! He's the only one whose voice isn't dubbed, and he has a thick country accent in a medeival time setting! Of course, nobody else here knows what period of history they're in, either. The villain looks like a pharoah, his minions are Skittle-colored midgets, ninjas, and Arabian nights, and his woman is half mermaid/swamp thing! I'm not going to go into anymore specifics, because this is honestly something you have to experience fresh. So if you're like me and happen to stumble upon this turd, be sure to pick it up if you're in the mood for some insanely bad fun. Truth be told, if Mike and the bots were still around, Wizards of the Lost Kingdom would be a great subject for them to study. 0/4 stars

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