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Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II (1989)

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Three kingdoms have been overtaken by three evil lords and only Tyor, a teenage boy with magical powers, can restore peace to the land with the help of a bumbling elder, wizard and a hero ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mel Welles ...
Caedmon
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Tyor (as Bobby Jacoby)
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Dark One
Susan Lee Hoffman ...
Idun
Blake Bahner ...
Erman
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Amathea
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Zarz
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Vanir
Edward Blackoff ...
Loki
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Donar
Diana Barton ...
Freyja
Sharon Compton ...
Mother
W.T. Zacha ...
One Eye
Dale Swann ...
Bearded warrior
Joseph V. Perry ...
Merchant (as Joseph Perry)
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Three kingdoms have been overtaken by three evil lords and only Tyor, a teenage boy with magical powers, can restore peace to the land with the help of a bumbling elder, wizard and a hero in each kingdom. Tyor fights alongside them and eventually becomes a powerful wizard in his own right. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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March 1989 (USA)  »

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Several scenes in this movie are footage recycled from the film Barbarian Queen (1985), most notably the scene where Amathea (played by Lana Clarkson in both films) is looking into the gladiator pen as well as most of the battle scene in which she leads her people into battle against Donar's forces. See more »

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Tyor: Uhhh... Try again, Caedmon. I mean, it looks like chicken, it feels like chicken, but it eats, like a rock.
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Features Barbarian Queen (1985) See more »

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Deliberately Silly Swords and Sorcery yawn
16 January 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Okay, this film doesn't really take itself seriously, so you can forgive it for the bad acting, dialogue, music and special effects. The first film was pretty bad also, so this one did not have much to live up to.

The plot being, boy wizard with help of mentor and "great" warrior take on three evil Wizards and therefore three large armies of men, is at least quite straight forward to follow.

Most of the film involves some quite ridiculous sword fight scenes, where the "Dark One" Warrior (Played by David Caridine)kills loads and loads of soldiers, with out breaking a sweat. The guards and soldiers are treated as real goons in this particular film, and play a very stupid enemy.

There are some monsters that the boy wizard and the "dark one" also have to battle, but the effects are pretty bad, so these scenes do come across a but cheap and silly.

Despite the obvious negatives, the film does have quite an under-current of comedy attached, which does at times make it watchable.

The central characters are quite annoying. The boy wizard and his side kick old man wizard, spend a lot of time wandering around talking rubbish. The warrior princess that they meet played by Lana Clarkson, looks gorgeous, but has rubbish dialogue - though some good fight scenes. David Caradines "the Dark one" looks a bit embarrassed to be in the film, and his many sword fight scenes are very silly and predictable. The only character who is worth watching is the "Dark One's" Dancer wife Edun (Susan Lee Hoffman). Who is pretty and delicate but has immense physical strength. She gets the only really great scene in the film, where she tricks a guard into helping her down from a ledge. once perched on his shoulders, she crosses her legs and breaks the poor guys neck with her inner thigh muscles, all with a devilish smile on her face.

Unfortunately Eden and her strong legs are only a small part of the film, and the rest is very forgettable or just plain bad. I would only recommend it for a laugh, as you are unlikely to be captured by the story, script or the battle scenes.


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