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The Throne of Fire (1983)

Il trono di fuoco (original title)
A mighty hero battles the son of Satan and his evil witch ally to save a kingdom from being taken over by the duo.


Francesco Prosperi (as Franco Prosperi)


Giuseppe Buricchi (story), Nino Marino (story) | 1 more credit »




Complete credited cast:
Sabrina Siani ... Princess Valkari
Pietro Torrisi ... Siegfried (as Peter Mc Coy)
Harrison Muller Harrison Muller ... Morak / Belial
Beni Cardoso ... Azira (as Benny Cardoso)
Pietro Ceccarelli Pietro Ceccarelli ... Tares (as Peter Caine)
Dan Collins Dan Collins
Stefano Abbati Stefano Abbati
Roberto Lattanzio Roberto Lattanzio
Isarco Ravaioli Isarco Ravaioli ... Isar
Amedeo Leonardi Amedeo Leonardi
Gianlorenzo Bernini Gianlorenzo Bernini


On a terrible night, a woman gives birth to the grotesque abomination, Morak, after her unholy union with the powerful demon and Hell's messenger, Belial. To become the king of the world and finally sit on the infernal Throne of Fire, Morak must first kill the benevolent rightful ruler, usurp the throne during a total lunar eclipse, and forcefully take the fair Princess Valkari as his wife. Now, only Siegfried, the mighty barbarian warrior with the extraordinary power of invisibility, can save the innocent noblewoman and the entire humankind from a fate worse than death. Will he fulfil his destiny, and destroy the son of evil? Written by Nick Riganas

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A time of sword and sorcery...when evil forces ruled the land! [Video Australia]


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Unlike most actors cast in similar roles, Pietro Torrisi did not shave his chest for this production. See more »


Morak: I want that man alive!
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"The day of the night of the day"
14 July 2008 | by Antoine TremblaySee all my reviews

There is something quite attractive about those Italian rip-offs. Everything seems to be more dramatic but will less talent. Throne of fire sure is one of those. You get everything you paid for, cheesy lines, inept acting, boring sequences after boring sequences and probably the worst villain ever.

If you're into those kind of films, you'll get what you're looking for and much more. The "pit of madness" scene, whatever is it called was hilarious, a classic Z-grade moment. Personally, I got a kick of watching this, just a glimpse of the cover art and I knew I was in for something "memorable".For the rest, quite a crap fest with some weird entertaining scenes but nothing good really.

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Release Date:

17 June 1983 (Italy) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Bracciano, Rome, Lazio, Italy See more »

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Color (Telecolor)

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1.85 : 1
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