King Bohlem, brother of the late Attila, reconquers former Hun territory. To secure this territory, he sends his son, Otto, and his nephew, Tharus, to forge an alliance with King Haadem, strongest of the neighboring rulers. Haadem, however, is just concluding an alliance with Kudrum, the ambitious son of a king hostile to Hun interests. To cement this alliance, Haadem has agreed to marry his daughter, Tamall, to Kudrun, but Tamall dislikes Kudrum. She quickly falls in love with the newly-arrived Tharus. Kudrum inflames Haadem's feelings against Tharus and arranges to have Tharus publicly flogged. Not satisfied, Kudrum then murders Haadem and has the crime blamed on Tharus. Tamall's love for Tharus is tested but then she comes to believe Tharus's claims of innocence and works on behalf of Tharus as Kudrum's forces arrive for a decisive battle.
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Submitted to the British Board of Film Censors by Golden Era Film Distributors under the title "Tharus, Son of Attila." Passed with a "U" certificate on 8 July 1964. Unfortunately, Golden Era appear to have sent the film to very few cinemas, if indeed any. See more
After the death of Attila, in the second half of the fifth century, the Huns, torn by internal strife, had abandoned their ambitious dreams of conquest, while famine reigned among them, causing many deaths. With the help of his nephew Tharus, King Bohlem, brother of Attila, led the realm survivors of his own tribe towards the South, not only to reconquer that which had once belonged to his brother, but above all to find a richer, more generous land, where his people could settle and recover ...