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Gor II (1988)

Outlaw of Gor (original title)
PG-13 | | Action, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | 21 March 1989 (USA)
An Earthman returns to the planet Gor, and fights against tyranny.


John 'Bud' Cardos


John Norman (based on the novel "Outlaw of Gor" by), Harry Alan Towers (screenplay by) (as Peter Welbeck) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Urbano Barberini ... Cabot
Rebecca Ferratti ... Talena (as Rebecca Ferrati)
Jack Palance ... Xenos
Donna Denton ... Lara
Russel Savadier ... Watney
Nigel Chipps Nigel Chipps ... Hup
Alex Heyns Alex Heyns ... Elder
Tullio Moneta Tullio Moneta ... Ost (as Tulio Monetta)
Larry Taylor ... Marlenus
Michael Brunner Michael Brunner ... Targus
Michelle Clarke Michelle Clarke ... Vera
Christobel d'Ortez Christobel d'Ortez ... Alicia (as Christobel D'Ortez)
Natasha Piotrowski Natasha Piotrowski ... Lady Tima
Nicole De Gruchy Nicole De Gruchy ... Leather Lady
Martina Brockschmidt Martina Brockschmidt ... Barbarian Woman


Better known as "Outlaw" to those of you who watch the TV show "Mystery Science Theater 3000". It's about a beefy blonde and his oily friend Watney. They are teleported by a rose quartz because The Elder (he has no name, Just "The Elder") thinks that Xeno, the Priest by a clearly drunk Jack Palance, has eyes for the throne. Of course, Cabot cares nothing for such intrigue just for the Princess he had "ooh-la-la" with from the previous film "Gor". The Elder is off, though. It's the Queen who wants the throne for her own. Naturally, Watney is seduced by the Queen to implicate Cabot murdering the King, and Cabot and his platinum blonde midget friend escape off into the desert, where they free a slave girl and are just as quickly captured by a bounty hunter. The Princess is forced, meanwhile, by the Queen to fight The Leather Women. Written by Jonah Falcon <jonahnynla@mindspring.com>

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Action | Fantasy | Sci-Fi


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This movie was riffed in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Outlaw of Gor (1993). See more »


In one shot taking place in a Gor marketplace, one can see a modern-day farm and a car passing by in the distance behind the extras. (This gaffe was seen on the print shown on "Mystery Science Theater 3000.") See more »


Watney Smith: Cabot, Cabot, Cabot! Cabot, you ok? Cabot, speak to me. Cabot!, Cabot, are you all right? Cabot! What the hell is going on? Where the hell's the car? Cabot?
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Follows Gor (1987) See more »

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Never trust someone named Watney
16 March 2004 | by InzyWimzySee all my reviews

Ah, Gor. I really used to think Cave Dwellers was pretty crappy, but Outlaw of Gor makes me wish Ator could skewer Cabot while Thong pummels Watney Smith into submission. Having seen Outlaw several times, I must admit, it does tend to get better and you catch even more hilarity. The strange thing is that the humor is so unintentional since the actors really play their roles so seriously! Also, add to the fact that Outlaw is preceded by Gor which makes following the plot (what plot??) a difficult task indeed.

Jack Palance really looks annoyed in almost every scene he's in. Maybe it's those really goofy hats he wears and his facial expression which says "I have more talent in my pinky fingernail than all these scum actors combined." Urbano is less than mediocre as Cabot, but is less painful to watch than Russel Savadier's portrayal of sex starved Watney. Try not to regurgitate during his massages (EWW!). The barely clad nymphs in the film add a little (and I do stress little) enjoyment to the film especially the terrific acting of Donna Denton whose "Get out of here, you disgusting worm!" speech may be the highlight of the entire movie. That or any scene with Nigel "Kermit" Chipps.

There must've have been so many Seymour Butts jokes during the making of this film.

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