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Hundra (1983)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Fantasy | 23 July 1983 (Spain)
Born in a tribe of fierce warrior women, the archer and sword fighter, Hundra, has been raised to despise the influence of men. Superior to any male, Hundra takes a vow of revenge until one day she finds love.


Matt Cimber


Matt Cimber (original story), John F. Goff (screenplay) (as John Goff) | 2 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Laurene Landon ... Hundra
Cihangir Gaffari Cihangir Gaffari ... Nepakin (as John Ghaffari)
María Casal María Casal ... Tracima
Ramiro Oliveros ... Pateray
Luis Lorenzo Luis Lorenzo ... Rothrar
Tamara Tamara ... Chrysula
Victor Gans Victor Gans ... Landrazza
Cristina Torres Cristina Torres ... Shandrom
Bettina Brenner Bettina Brenner ... Hundra's Mother
María Vico María Vico ... Midwife
Fernando Bilbao ... Torente (as Fernando Bilbao 'Fred Harris')
Jorge Bosso Jorge Bosso ... Gordoza
Elena Segovia Elena Segovia ... Young Girl
Hilda Fuchs ... Mother of Girl
Fernando Martínez Fernando Martínez ... Cave People Chief


It's the Dark Ages, and savage men enslave all women, but except for one woman who was born in a tribe of fierce warrior women Hundra the Invincible has been raised to despise the influence of men. Her name is Hundra, the finest warrior of her people. Hundra seeks out her elder, she leads a valiant tribe of women who dares to be free. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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A woman of beauty. A warrior of strength. A hunter of man. See more »


Adventure | Fantasy


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Did You Know?


Laurene Landon performed almost all of her own stunts in the movie. The only stunt she didn't perform was a backwards fall from a 180 foot tower. See more »


Hundra is seriously injured in the thigh by a pitchfork, but shortly afterward there are no marks from the wound. See more »

Alternate Versions

Although uncut by the BBFC the UK Blackhorse DVD is over a minute shorter than earlier cinema & video versions and has less sex and violence than previous releases. The U.S Subversive DVD features the full uncut version. See more »


Followed by Yellow Hair and the Fortress of Gold (1984) See more »

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Hundra the militant honey
19 September 2012 | by asinyneSee all my reviews

Hundra, a fabulous warrior woman sets out to punish via execution as many of us wicked man things she can. All of us drunken, slobbering, sexually obsessed men need death and she is more than happy to deliver. All the while she hopes to find that one "special" guy who will give her a baby. The guy she takes aim at just happens to be a doctors...soo there.

Hundra is a very nicely produced eighties sword and sandal epic that produces its share of entertainment on various levels. Yeah, the entire concept is kinda dumb but its actually one of the better Conan type films made in that era...the genre was not done justice. The costumes look pretty decent and the on location filming is a big plus. Surprisingly, the fight scenes are better done than one would expect. This is not Shakespeare so don't approach it expecting Hamlet...K?

The lady playing Hundra is athletic and does lots of stunts, and pulls them off nicely. There isn't much need for acting here so we won't go there. If its slightly campy action and adventure you crave...you could do a lot worse than Hundra!!! PS...the thing with the dog is a big plus...not really, but cool anyhow!

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