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The Barbarians DVD 1987 Barbártestvérek / Directed by Ruggero Deodato / Starring: Peter Paul, David Paul

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The Barbarians DVD 1987 Barbártestvérek / Directed by Ruggero Deodato / Starring: Peter Paul, David Paul

UPC 5999884099130

REGION 2 PAL DVD

MADE IN THE EU

AUDIO: English 2.0, Hungarian 2.0

SUBTITLES: Hungarian

Total Runtime: 87 minutes

 

English Summary:

The Barbarians is a 1987 sword and sorcery film directed by Ruggero Deodato and starring the Barbarian Brothers (Peter and David Paul), Richard Lynch and Eva La Rue.

The film is an Italian and American co-production shot in Rome and the Abruzzo Mountains. Peter and David Paul were nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award as Worst New Stars for this film.

The film is set in a heroic fantasy world. The Ragnicks, a tribe of peaceful travelling entertainers, are attacked by the evil tyrant Kadar, who takes their queen Canary hostage. Canary, however, manages to hide her magic ruby, the lucky jewel of the Ragnicks which Kadar seeks to bolster his power. Two young twins from the tribe, Kutchek and Gore, bite off two of Kadar's fingers. In retaliation, Kadar has them taken prisoner as well, but agrees to spare their lives if Canary becomes his bride.

Kutchek and Gore are separated and work as slaves for several years, and grow up as amazingly strong adults. Once they have come of age, Kadar sets them up to fight each other to the death in the arena, their faces masked by metal helmets. But as they struggle, Gore knocks open Kutchek's helmet, revealing his face; after recognizing each other, and after seeing Canary as a prisoner by Kadar's side, the twins escape from Kadar's fortress. In the woods, they find their old tribemates, who have led a life of misery ever since Canary's kidnapping, and a girl named Ismena, a thief imprisoned by the Ragnicks. At first mistaken for enemies and nearly hanged, Kutchek and Gore manage to reveal their past association with the tribe.

 

Hungarian Summary:

A két fiatal árvát, Kutchek-et és Gore-t egy bohócokból, zsonglőrökből és más szemfényvesztőkből álló törzs fogadja be. A törzs vezére Canary királynő, aki erejét egy mágikus kőből nyeri. Az ördögi Kadar azonban megtámadja a klán karavánját, hogy megszerezze a követ és a királynőt. A klánból csak egyetlen embernek sikerül elmenekülnie, ő viszont magával viszi és elrejti a mágikus követ. Canary-t Kadar háremébe hurcolják, Kutchek és Gore az arénába kerül gladiátorként, míg a klán maradéka száműzöttként él az erdőben. Amikor Kutchek és Gor felnőve hatalmas gladiátorokká válnak, megszöknek, és egy Lemone nevű fiatal nő segítségével betörnek Kadar háremébe. Ott megtalálják Canary királynőt, aki megbízza őket, hogy találják meg az Öreg Király Fegyverét, amivel aztán meg tudják ölni a sárkányt, aki az elrejtett mágikus követ őrzi. S ha mindezzel végeztek, találniuk kell egy új királynőt, akinek átadhatják a követ, s így visszaállíthatják a törzs régi dicsőségét.

 

Cast / Szereplők:

  • Peter Paul as Kutchek
  • David Paul as Gore
  • Richard Lynch as Kadar
  • Eva La Rue as Kara | Ismene
  • Virginia Bryant as Canary
  • Sheeba Alahani as China
  • Raffaella Baracchi as Allura
  • Franco Pistoni as Ibar
  • Michael Berryman as Dirtmaster
  • George Eastman as Jacko

 

Directed by Ruggero Deodato
Produced by
  • Menahem Golan
  • Yoram Globus
Screenplay by James R. Silke
Starring
  • Barbarian Brothers
  • Richard Lynch
  • Eva La Rue
Music by Pino Donaggio
Cinematography Gianlorenzo Battaglia
Edited by Eugenio Alabiso
Production
company
  • Cannon Films
  • Cannon Italia SrL
Distributed by Cannon Releasing Corporation
Release date
  • March 20, 1987 (United States)
  • April 24, 1987 (Italy)
Running time
87 minutes
Country
  • Italy
  • United States
Language English

 

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