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Wizards of the Lost Kingdom (1985)

When evil screams throughout the world. When all the galaxies converge. When all that's fair and fine seems lost. A Hero will emerge.

Director:

Héctor Olivera

Writer:

Ed Naha (screenplay) (as Tom Edwards)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bo Svenson ... Kor
Vidal Peterson ... Simon
Thom Christopher ... Shurka
Barbara Stock ... Udea
Maria Socas Maria Socas ... Acrasia
Dolores Michaels Dolores Michaels ... Aura
Edgardo Moreira ... Wulfrick / Old Simon / Gulfax (as Edward Morrow)
Augusto Larreta Augusto Larreta ... King Tylor (as August Larreta)
Michael Fontaine Michael Fontaine ... Hurla
Marcos Woinsky Marcos Woinsky ... Rongar (as Mark Welles)
Marina Magali Marina Magali ... Linnea (as Mary Gale)
Norton Freeman Norton Freeman ... Sipra
Arch Gallo Arch Gallo ... Bobino
Mark Peters Mark Peters ... Timmon
Rick Gallo Rick Gallo ... Malkon
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Storyline

Simon, son of the wizard, must flee when the empire is overthrown by the evil Shurka. Schooled in the arts of magic, he must find the Ring of Magic and the Sword of Power and defeated the wizard who killed his father. He is joined in his quest by the swordmaster Kor, his faithful creature Gulfax, and the Forest Wizard Hurla. Written by <crow_steve@hotmail.com>

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Certificate:

PG | See all certifications »

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Country:

Argentina | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 1985 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Wizard Wars See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Trinity Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Edgardo Moreira, under the pseudonym "Edward Morrow", is listed three times in the closing credits: as Wulfrick, the older Simon, and Gulfax. See more »

Goofs

Simon and Gulfax see a wizard's battle on the surface of a lake, but the projected-in image is upside-down. See more »

Quotes

Kor: [Kor disrupts Shurka's celebration] Uh, excuse me! Excuse me, everybody! I'm sorry to break up your party, but, uh, no no no no, don't get up for my sake, OK, please don't. Who is... Shurka?
Shurka: [Shurka grins as Kor approaches him] I am. At last we meet, Kor!
Kor: [jokingly] Thrilling, isn't it?
Shurka: [insulted, motioning to his men] SEIZE HIM!
[Kor runs & Shurka's men chase Kor]
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Wow!
13 July 2005 | by carolinequickSee all my reviews

Although i am inclined to agree with the other comments made by people who have seen this movie, i am ashamed to say i rather like it. Not often can such a huge pile of 80s pap be found outside of a Wham! video, so it is most definitely worth a viewing (£0.79 a night in my local store!). Watch out for the insanely obvious seams and zip on the monster's costume, the fact that the 'hero' looks a lot like Keith Chegwin and such classic lines as the following: Evil Wizard-Type Bloke: "At last we meet Kor..." Kor: "Thrilling, isn't it?"

Amazing!!I also like the fact that although the video box looks quite exciting with images of a castle surrounded by raging seas and a dangerous falcon-like bird carrying a handsome hero to safety (among other such 'interesting and engaging' suggestions of what goes on in the actual film, none of them actually happen. No, I'm not joking...there really isn't a raging sea or a ferocious bird, it's just trying to make you interested...classic in my opinion. This film gets 10 for pure entertainment value!!


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