TARKAN VERSUS THE VIKINGS features a mustached villain, who is the leader of a Viking clan that worships an octopus god-monster. The Vikings wish to kidnap a beautiful girl to sacrifice her...
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Atilla the Hun gives a Silver Saddle to Altar as a gift. The intention of Kostok is the get rid of the Huns and seize the valuable saddle. Little Tarkan who is compulsory abandoned by his foster-mother in a cave, his cry attracts the attention of a wolf and the wolf magnifies Tarkan like his own cub.
Byzantine Prince kills Kara Murat's father and kidnaps his brother to raise him as the Black Knight to fight against Turks. Years later, Kara Murat has to face the notorious enemy in a mission to save abducted Karaca Pasha of Rumelia.
The emperor Constantine prefers Sultan Murat II to be replaced by prince Orhan. In fact, it is Mehmet II's turn to be the sultan. Kara Murat and his friends get into Byzantium. Murat ... See full summary »
End of 14th Century Europe. Four horsemen formed of two swordsman berserkers, a dagger throwing musketeer, and a mapmaker assassin join two Ottoman raiders to stop Crusaders' summoning in a quest of which death is the only way to glory.
TARKAN VERSUS THE VIKINGS features a mustached villain, who is the leader of a Viking clan that worships an octopus god-monster. The Vikings wish to kidnap a beautiful girl to sacrifice her to their demigod, but the heroic Tarkan (Kartal Tibet), aided by his dog, Kurt, is there to save the day. Written by
By68 The legendary quotes " Niye yemiyor begenmedi galiba ? Once oglunu doyurmak adetidir , O da yemiyor .. O da babasi baslamadan once yemege el surmez . Kurt oglunu Turk adetlerine gore yetistiriyor " Belongs to this classic epic movie See more »
In the final scene, Tarkan is in the bow of the Viking ship as it backs away from the dock. However, there is no wind (the sail is limp) and the oars are not in the water, so the vessel is evidently motorised. See more »
I really didn't know what to expect from this 1971 Turkish cult-classic at first, and I knew the only way to find out what it was like was by seeing it. So I put the disc in my DVD player and relaxed. I was in for one and a half hour of pure entertainment! This movie doesn't hold back on anything; it's violent, funny and full of adventure. You get Turkish vikings in funny suits and wigs, your get a fearless hero (Tarkan) with a loyal dog, you get violence, nudity and much, much more. So what was the movie about? Well, let me quote Mondo Macabro (who we are to thank for an outstanding DVD release of this very rare piece of Turkish film-history); "Tarkan is a Conan-style hero, who roams the plains with his faithful dog Kurt. Here he comes up against a band of vicious Vikings, who take great pleasure in sacrificing nubile maidens to a hungry octopus!" Need I say more? This is a must see for every fan of pop-cinema, comic-like adventures and great heroes!
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