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Genghis Khan ()


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During the 13th century the shy Mongol boy Temujin becomes the fearless leader Genghis Khan who unites all Mongol tribes and conquers most of Asia, Europe and the Middle-East.

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Jamuga
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Genghis Khan / Temujin-Genghis Khan
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Kam Ling
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The Shah Of Khwarezm
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Bortei (as Francoise Dorleac)
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Shan
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The Emperor Of China
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Geen
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Katke
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Sengal
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Subodai
Roger Croucher ...
Kassar
Don Borisenko ...
Jebai
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Kuchluk
Susanne Hsiao ...
Chin Yu (as Suzanne Hsaio)
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Toktoa
Carlo Cura ...
Temujin As A Child
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Altan
Dusan Vujisic ...
Ho Mun Tim
Jovan Tesic ...
Fut Su
Andreja Maricic ...
Chagedai (as Andreja Marcic)
Thomas Margulies ...
Jochi
Yumata Pauli ...
Indian Girl
Linda Loncar ...
Indian Girl
Branislav Radovic ...
1st Slave Dealer
Zvonko Jovcic ...
2nd Slave Dealer
Dominique Don ...
Concubine
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Concubine
Carmen Dene ...
Concubine
Sally Douglas ...
Concubine
Nora Forster ...
Concubine
Chieko Huber ...
Concubine
Jatta Falke ...
Concubine
Elke Kroger ...
Concubine
Hannalore Maeusel ...
Concubine
Ursel Mumoth ...
Concubine
Yvonne Shima ...
Concubine
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Concubine
May Spils ...
Concubine
Ester Anderson ...
Concubine
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Shah's Daughter (uncredited)
Charles H. Radilak ...
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Directed by

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Henry Levin

Written by

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Clarke Reynolds ... (screenplay) and
Beverley Cross ... (screenplay)
 
Berkely Mather ... (original story)

Produced by

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Irving Allen ... producer
Euan Lloyd ... associate producer
Artur Brauner ... producer (uncredited)
Götz Dieter Wulf ... line producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Dusan Radic

Cinematography by

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Geoffrey Unsworth ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Geoffrey Foot

Editorial Department

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Reginald Beck ... editor: battle scenes (uncredited)
Alan Bell ... assistant editor: battle scenes (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Zoran Zorcic ... (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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Mile Nickolic
Heinrich Weidemann ... (as Heino Weidemann)
Veljko Despotovic ... (uncredited)
Vladislav Lasic ... (uncredited)
Miodrag Miric ... (uncredited)
Miodrag Nikolic ... (uncredited)
Slobodan Radovanovic ... (uncredited)
Milan Todorovic ... (uncredited)

Costume Design by

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Cynthia Tingey ... (costumes designed by)

Makeup Department

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Ivy Emmerton ... hairdresser
Neville Smallwood ... makeup artist
Colin Garde ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Radmila Todorovic ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Peter Hahne ... production supervisor
Bill Kirby ... production supervisor
Milenko Stankovic ... production supervisor
Felix Siebenrogg ... unit manager (uncredited)
Harry Wilbert ... unit manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Charles C. Coleman ... assistant director (as Buddy Coleman)
Bluey Hill ... assistant director
Cliff Lyons ... second unit director
Frank Winterstein ... assistant director
Michael Reeves ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Maurice Carter ... supervising art director
Antonio Sarzi-Braga ... sets designed by (as Toni Sarzi-Braga) / assistant production designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Gordon Daniel ... sound editor
George Stephenson ... sound recordist
Hugh Strain ... sound recordist
Marton Jankov-Tomica ... boom operator (uncredited)
Vladimir Stankovic ... boom operator (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Bill Warrington ... special effects
David Warrington ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Doug Ferris ... matte camera (uncredited) / matte painter (uncredited)
Gerald Larn ... matte painter (uncredited)

Stunts

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Bob Simmons ... action sequences
Alf Joint ... stunts (uncredited)
Milan Mitic ... stunts (uncredited)
Slavoljub Plavsic-Zvonce ... stunts (uncredited)
Dragomir Stanojevic ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Tony Braun ... second unit cameraman
David Harcourt ... camera operator
Ray Parslow ... camera operator
Harry Gillard ... still photographer (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Joe Powell ... extras casting (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ron Beck ... wardrobe master
Eileen Sullivan ... wardrobe (uncredited)

Music Department

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Muir Mathieson ... conductor
Geoffrey Foot ... arranger (uncredited)

Other crew

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Rita Davison ... continuity
Elaine Schreyeck ... continuity
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Mostly fictionalized account of the life of Ghenghis Khan, the Mongol warlord whose 13th century armies conquered much of the known world. Named Temujin, he was taken prisoner by the rival warlord Jamuga and as punishment was forced to wear a large round wooden stock that severely restricted his movements. With the help of two supporters, the wise-man Geen and the strongman Sengal he manages to escape. He now begins his quest to unify all of the Mongol tribes. He faces great success but his old nemesis Jemuga keeps appearing at various times in his life leader to a final battle between the two. Written by garykmcd

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Taglines Only once in the furied history of adventure and conquest...did one man rule so vast an empire! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Dschingis Khan (West Germany)
  • Genghis Kan (Spain)
  • Czyngis-chan (Poland)
  • Cengiz Han (Turkey, Turkish title)
  • Gengis Khan il conquistatore (Italy)
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  • 120 min
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Budget $3,500,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Omar Sharif was furious that the $25,000 that Eli Wallach was earning per week was more than Sharif was being paid for the entire film. Wallach had only taken the role after a London play he was scheduled to appear in collapsed, and he was in urgent need of a quick payday. See more »
Goofs Genghis Khan didn't start the war at Khwarezm (although he might have had intentions about it). The Shah killed the messengers of Ghengis Khan who then started a bloodbath in revenge. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Cinema Komunisto (2010). See more »
Quotes Temujin, later Genghis Khan: Born a slave, I never was!
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