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Time Barbarians (1991)

A medieval warrior chases a bad guy to modern day Los Angeles to avenge the death of his wife.

Director:

Joseph John Barmettler (as Joseph J. Barmettler)

Writer:

Joseph John Barmettler (screenplay) (as Joseph J. Barmettler)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Deron McBee ... Doran (as Deron Michael McBee)
Joann Ayers Joann Ayers ... Lystra / Penny (as Jo Ann Ayres)
Daniel Martine Daniel Martine ... Mandrak
Louis Roth Louis Roth ... Stako
H.S. Smith H.S. Smith ... Bartaga
Guy Fury Guy Fury ... Keendra
Timothy O'Sullivan Timothy O'Sullivan ... Tork
Ingrid Vold Ingrid Vold ... Wizard
Gary Moran Gary Moran ... Bluck
Jan Bryant ... Prisal
Sheila Young Sheila Young ... Minomo
Laura Bryant Laura Bryant ... Stilar
Phil Jones Phil Jones ... Siphor
Mike Flaningam Mike Flaningam ... Armana Man / Gatalite Warrior / KPTC Crew (as Michael Flaningam)
William Haynes IV William Haynes IV ... Armana Man
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Storyline

A warrior king has swordfights with ugly savages that crouch around the forest and snarl a lot. An evil bad guy, bent on doing evil things, kills his wife and flees to modern day Los Angeles. The warrior chases after him to avenge his wife's death. Written by Samuel Stoddard <sam@rinkworks.com>

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Genres:

Fantasy | Sci-Fi

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, sexuality and language. | See all certifications »

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Trivia

Appeared in the achievement hunter show "theater mode", episode 10. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Adjust Your Tracking (2013) See more »

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Leave This Place
Written and Performed by Miriam Cutler
Courtesy of Missprint Publishing
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Very low-budget, sword-and-sorcery exploiter, with some time-travel thrown in for good measure; lots of skin and muscles; very little brains.
8 November 2002 | by TheVidSee all my reviews

Here's a harmless mini-epic with little to offer except some excellent body parts, all nicely displayed in tasteful, little loincloths. It shows what a videocam, a little money, a lot of pulchritude and some fun fur can achieve. Nifty enough!


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Official Sites:

Troma

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

September 1991 (Germany) See more »

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