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Iron Warrior (1987)

The Fighting Eagle returns again, sans Thong, to the legendary realm of Dragor to do battle with Phaedra, an evil sorceress. Her main weapon is an unstoppable warrior, known as the Master ... See full summary »

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Savina Gersak ...
Princess Janna
Elisabeth Kaza ...
Phoedra
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Deeva
Tim Lane ...
King
Tiziana Altieri ...
Young Phoedra
Franco Daddi ...
Trogar (as Frank Daddi)
Josie Coppini ...
King Impostor
Malcolm Borg ...
Conrad Borg ...
Young Trogar
Jon Rosser ...
Nekron
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The Fighting Eagle returns again, sans Thong, to the legendary realm of Dragor to do battle with Phaedra, an evil sorceress. Her main weapon is an unstoppable warrior, known as the Master of the Sword, who continuously battles Ator to a draw, until finally revealing his secret connection to the Blademaster. Written by Sean Kilby <gestalt@ix.netcom.com>

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Born of a sorceress... sired by a dragon... baptized in blood! See more »


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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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9 January 1987 (USA)  »

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Ator the Iron Warrior  »

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During cliff-side sword fight scene, the camera pans left to reveal trucks, a pop-up tent, and what looks like a u-haul in the background. See more »

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Phaedra: Life is an illusion. Death is real.
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Follows The Blade Master (1984) See more »

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The strangest...and the worst.
4 September 2003 | by See all my reviews

"Iron Warrior" introduces a new style both for Ator (he has black hair now, in a ponytail, and barely utters more than fifty words in the entire movie) and for the series itself. Director Brescia drops the silliness and campiness of the two D'Amato-directed "Ator" flicks in favor of a pseudo-arty approach. He employs every trick in the book: slow-motion, fast-motion(!), wide-angle lenses, cheap editing tricks to make people "disappear", etc. But the result in nothing more than a ponderous, often incomprehensible film that you may have to struggle to get through. The Malta locations are admittedly very beautiful, though. (*)


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