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Hercules Unchained (1959)

Review A COLOSSAL COLLECTION OF EPIC ADVENTURES! 16 Action-Packed films featuring The Mightiest of Stars!

Take a mythological journey back in time with this herculean compilation of lavish sword-and-sandal films filled with musclebound men, ravishing leading
ladies, malicious monsters and awesome action!

STARRING:
STEVE REEVES, ALAN STEEL, MARK FOREST, DAN VADIS, RICHARD HARRISON, GORDON SCOTT...and Many More!

TAKE A MYTHOLOGICAL JOURNEY WITH THESE SWORD-AND-SANDAL FILMS!

FILM TITLES:

ALI BABA AND THE SEVEN SARACENS
Starring Gordon Mitchell, Bella Cortez, Dan Harrison (1964) Color 80 Min. Unrated

THE AVENGER
Starring Steve Reeves, Carla Marlier, Mario Ferrari (1962) Color 97 Min. Unrated

THE GIANT OF MARATHON
Starring Steve Reeves, Mylene Demongeot, Daniela Rocca (1959) Color 84 Min. Unrated

GIANTS OF ROME
Starring Richard Harrison, Wandisa Guida, Ettore Manni (1964) Color 87 Min. Unrated

THE GIANTS OF THESSALY
Starring Roland Carey, Ziva Rodann, Massimo Girotti (1960) Color 88 Min. Unrated

GOLIATH AND THE SINS OF BABYLON
Starring Mark Forest, Eleanora Bianchi, Arnaldo Fabrizio (1963) B&W 80 Min. Unrated

HERCULES AGAINST THE MONGOLS
Starring Mark Forest, Ken Clark, Maria Grazia Spina (1963) Color 88 Min. Unrated

HERCULES AGAINST THE MOON MEN
Starring Alan Steel, Anna Maria Polani, Jany Clair (1964) Color 87 Min. Unrated

HERCULES AND THE CAPTIVE WOMEN
Starring: Reg Park, Fay Spain, Ettore Manni (1961) Color 94 Min. Unrated

HERCULES AND THE MASKED RIDER
Starring Alan Steel, Mimmo Palmara, Pilar Cansino (1963) Color 84 Min. Unrated

HERCULES AND THE PRINCESS OF TROY
Starring Gordon Scott, Paul Stevens, Diana Hyland (1965) Color 47 Min. Unrated

HERCULES AND THE TYRANTS OF BABYLON
Starring: Peter Lupus, Anna Maria Polani, Helga Line (1964) Color 86 Min. Unrated

HERCULES UNCHAINED
Starring Steve Reeves, Sylvia Koscina, Sylvia Lopez (1959) Color 97 Min. Unrated

HEROD THE GREAT
Starring Edmund Purdom, Sylvia Lopez, Alberto Lupo (1960) Color 93 Min. Unrated

KINDAR THE INVULNERABLE
Starring Mark Forest, Mimmo Palmara, Howard Ross (1964) Color 97 Min. Unrated

SPARTACUS AND THE TEN GLADIATORS
Starring Dan Vadis, Helga Line, Alfredo Varelli (1964) Color 99 Min. Unrated
Hercules

Review The Greek muscleman begins his 12 labors, saves a princess, and joins Jason and the Argonauts.
Jason And The Argonauts

Review Spartacus, leader of the slave revolt against Rome, is dead. Yet his fight goes on. Long live the Son of Spartacus! Steve Reeves, the actor who took the sword-and-sandal genre on his massive shoulders and lifted it to prominence in the 1960s, stars in this spectacle widely considered to be among the best of the handsome star's tunic tales. Reeves plays Randus, a Roman officer whose duty in the Empire's eastern territory leads him to discover he is the son of the renowned slave hero. The discovery spurs him into action. By day, he remains an officer of Julius Caesar. By night, he secretly wears the helmet and wields the sword of his father, fighting to free slaves and leaving a scrawled "S" as a message to his Roman Pursuers. "If Rome is for slavery, then I am against Rome," the heroic liberator declares. But how long before his dual life is unmasked? Is Randus destined to suffer the same tortured fate as his father?

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Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Season 1

Review Travel back to an age of bare-chested heroes, capricious and vengeful gods, fantastic creatures, swords, sorcery and beautiful maidens in distress. This amazing 13-disc collection brings to life a cornucopia of legendary warriors from Hercules, Achilles and Ulysses to Samson, Goliath and Colossus. All for an amazingly low price!

Included:

  • Ali Baba and the Seven Saracens
  • Atlas in the Land of the Cyclops
  • The Avenger
  • Caesar the Conqueror
  • Cleopatra s Daughter
  • Colossus and the Amazon Queen
  • Colossus and the Headhunters
  • The Conqueror of the Orient
  • Damon and Pythias
  • David and Goliath
  • Duel of Champions
  • Fire Monsters Against the Son of Hercules
  • Fury of Achilles
  • Fury of Hercules
  • The Giant of Marathon
  • The Giants of Rome
  • The Giants of Thessaly
  • Gladiators of Rome
  • Goliath and the Dragon
  • Goliath and the Sins of Babylon
  • Hercules against the Barbarians
  • Hercules against the Mongols
  • Hercules against the Moon Men
  • Hercules and the Captive Wome
  • Hercules and the Masked Rider
  • Hercules and the Princess of Troy
  • Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon
  • Hercules Unchained
  • Hero of Rome
  • Herod the Great
  • Kindar the Invulnerable
  • The Last of the Vikings
  • Maciste in King Solomon s Mines
  • Mole Men Against the Son of Hercules
  • Queen of the Amazons
  • Romulus and the Sabines
  • Samson and the Seven Miracles of the World
  • Son of Hercules in the Land of Darkness,
  • Son of Samson
  • Spartacus and the Ten Gladiators
  • The Ten Gladiators
  • Thor and the Amazon Women
  • Triumph of the Son of Hercules
  • Two Gladiators
  • Ulysses against the Son of Hercules
  • Ursus in the Land of Fire
  • Ursus in the Valley of the Lions
  • Vengeance of Ursus
  • Vulcan, Son of Jupiter
  • The White Warrior
  • Sinbad And The Eye Of The Tiger

    Review The Greek muscleman fights leopards, a giant and the grip of a queen's magic potion.
    The Golden Voyage Of Sinbad

    Review A fascinating collection of adventure, mystery, action and drama featuring a star-studded cast of big and small screen favorites. Kimbar Of The Jungle (1949): The Lion Men Of Tanganyika - Chapter 1: Years before achieving worldwide fame as Hercules, muscleman Steve Reeves starred in the title role of this adventure series in the style of the Saturday-matinee cliffhangers and set in darkest Africa. Here, Kimbar must pit his brains and brawn against a sadistic sect of warriors. Starring Steve Reeves. From The Files Of Jeffrey Jones - Pigeon Hunt (1952): A pro wrestler awakens wearing blood-stained clothes and no memory of the night before, prompting Private Detective Jones to delve into the seamy underbelly of the sporting world. Starring Don Haggerty. Bulldog Drummond - The Ludlow Affair (1952): Douglas Fairbanks Jr. introduces this small-screen adaptation of H.C. McNeile's popular character, the suave sleuth with a taste for fast cars and beautiful women. Robert Beatty plays Drummond, while future Hammer Films perennial Michael Ripper plays his faithful pal, Kelly. Starring Robert Beatty, Greta Gynt. The Phantom -- No Escape (1961): The masked avenger known as the Phantom goes undercover at a plantation to uncover a murderer. This unaired pilot features an all-star cast alongside Bob Hope's long-time stunt double Roger Creed as the Phantom. The Storyteller (1952): Marvin Miller (of The Millionaire fame) hosted this syndicated series in which he would relate strange but true stories about actual people. The series, which made excellent use of Miller's incredible baritone voice, began on radio as ""The Story Behind the Story"" before making the move to television.
    Incredible Hulk Returns

    Review A COLOSSAL COLLECTION OF EPIC ADVENTURES! 16 Action-Packed films featuring The Mightiest of Stars!

    Take a mythological journey back in time with this herculean compilation of lavish sword-and-sandal films filled with musclebound men, ravishing leading
    ladies, malicious monsters and awesome action!

    STARRING:
    STEVE REEVES, ALAN STEEL, MARK FOREST, DAN VADIS, RICHARD HARRISON, GORDON SCOTT...and Many More!

    TAKE A MYTHOLOGICAL JOURNEY WITH THESE SWORD-AND-SANDAL FILMS!

    FILM TITLES:

    ALI BABA AND THE SEVEN SARACENS
    Starring Gordon Mitchell, Bella Cortez, Dan Harrison (1964) Color 80 Min. Unrated

    THE AVENGER
    Starring Steve Reeves, Carla Marlier, Mario Ferrari (1962) Color 97 Min. Unrated

    THE GIANT OF MARATHON
    Starring Steve Reeves, Mylene Demongeot, Daniela Rocca (1959) Color 84 Min. Unrated

    GIANTS OF ROME
    Starring Richard Harrison, Wandisa Guida, Ettore Manni (1964) Color 87 Min. Unrated

    THE GIANTS OF THESSALY
    Starring Roland Carey, Ziva Rodann, Massimo Girotti (1960) Color 88 Min. Unrated

    GOLIATH AND THE SINS OF BABYLON
    Starring Mark Forest, Eleanora Bianchi, Arnaldo Fabrizio (1963) B&W 80 Min. Unrated

    HERCULES AGAINST THE MONGOLS
    Starring Mark Forest, Ken Clark, Maria Grazia Spina (1963) Color 88 Min. Unrated

    HERCULES AGAINST THE MOON MEN
    Starring Alan Steel, Anna Maria Polani, Jany Clair (1964) Color 87 Min. Unrated

    HERCULES AND THE CAPTIVE WOMEN
    Starring: Reg Park, Fay Spain, Ettore Manni (1961) Color 94 Min. Unrated

    HERCULES AND THE MASKED RIDER
    Starring Alan Steel, Mimmo Palmara, Pilar Cansino (1963) Color 84 Min. Unrated

    HERCULES AND THE PRINCESS OF TROY
    Starring Gordon Scott, Paul Stevens, Diana Hyland (1965) Color 47 Min. Unrated

    HERCULES AND THE TYRANTS OF BABYLON
    Starring: Peter Lupus, Anna Maria Polani, Helga Line (1964) Color 86 Min. Unrated

    HERCULES UNCHAINED
    Starring Steve Reeves, Sylvia Koscina, Sylvia Lopez (1959) Color 97 Min. Unrated

    HEROD THE GREAT
    Starring Edmund Purdom, Sylvia Lopez, Alberto Lupo (1960) Color 93 Min. Unrated

    KINDAR THE INVULNERABLE
    Starring Mark Forest, Mimmo Palmara, Howard Ross (1964) Color 97 Min. Unrated

    SPARTACUS AND THE TEN GLADIATORS
    Starring Dan Vadis, Helga Line, Alfredo Varelli (1964) Color 99 Min. Unrated
    The White Warrior

    Review The Greek muscleman begins his 12 labors, saves a princess, and joins Jason and the Argonauts.
    Hercules in the Center of the Earth

    Review Spartacus, leader of the slave revolt against Rome, is dead. Yet his fight goes on. Long live the Son of Spartacus! Steve Reeves, the actor who took the sword-and-sandal genre on his massive shoulders and lifted it to prominence in the 1960s, stars in this spectacle widely considered to be among the best of the handsome star's tunic tales. Reeves plays Randus, a Roman officer whose duty in the Empire's eastern territory leads him to discover he is the son of the renowned slave hero. The discovery spurs him into action. By day, he remains an officer of Julius Caesar. By night, he secretly wears the helmet and wields the sword of his father, fighting to free slaves and leaving a scrawled "S" as a message to his Roman Pursuers. "If Rome is for slavery, then I am against Rome," the heroic liberator declares. But how long before his dual life is unmasked? Is Randus destined to suffer the same tortured fate as his father?

    When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.


    Hercules

    Review Travel back to an age of bare-chested heroes, capricious and vengeful gods, fantastic creatures, swords, sorcery and beautiful maidens in distress. This amazing 13-disc collection brings to life a cornucopia of legendary warriors from Hercules, Achilles and Ulysses to Samson, Goliath and Colossus. All for an amazingly low price!

    Included:

  • Ali Baba and the Seven Saracens
  • Atlas in the Land of the Cyclops
  • The Avenger
  • Caesar the Conqueror
  • Cleopatra s Daughter
  • Colossus and the Amazon Queen
  • Colossus and the Headhunters
  • The Conqueror of the Orient
  • Damon and Pythias
  • David and Goliath
  • Duel of Champions
  • Fire Monsters Against the Son of Hercules
  • Fury of Achilles
  • Fury of Hercules
  • The Giant of Marathon
  • The Giants of Rome
  • The Giants of Thessaly
  • Gladiators of Rome
  • Goliath and the Dragon
  • Goliath and the Sins of Babylon
  • Hercules against the Barbarians
  • Hercules against the Mongols
  • Hercules against the Moon Men
  • Hercules and the Captive Wome
  • Hercules and the Masked Rider
  • Hercules and the Princess of Troy
  • Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon
  • Hercules Unchained
  • Hero of Rome
  • Herod the Great
  • Kindar the Invulnerable
  • The Last of the Vikings
  • Maciste in King Solomon s Mines
  • Mole Men Against the Son of Hercules
  • Queen of the Amazons
  • Romulus and the Sabines
  • Samson and the Seven Miracles of the World
  • Son of Hercules in the Land of Darkness,
  • Son of Samson
  • Spartacus and the Ten Gladiators
  • The Ten Gladiators
  • Thor and the Amazon Women
  • Triumph of the Son of Hercules
  • Two Gladiators
  • Ulysses against the Son of Hercules
  • Ursus in the Land of Fire
  • Ursus in the Valley of the Lions
  • Vengeance of Ursus
  • Vulcan, Son of Jupiter
  • The White Warrior
  • Hercules Unchained (1959)

    Review The Greek muscleman fights leopards, a giant and the grip of a queen's magic potion.
    The Giant Of Marathon (1960)

    Review A fascinating collection of adventure, mystery, action and drama featuring a star-studded cast of big and small screen favorites. Kimbar Of The Jungle (1949): The Lion Men Of Tanganyika - Chapter 1: Years before achieving worldwide fame as Hercules, muscleman Steve Reeves starred in the title role of this adventure series in the style of the Saturday-matinee cliffhangers and set in darkest Africa. Here, Kimbar must pit his brains and brawn against a sadistic sect of warriors. Starring Steve Reeves. From The Files Of Jeffrey Jones - Pigeon Hunt (1952): A pro wrestler awakens wearing blood-stained clothes and no memory of the night before, prompting Private Detective Jones to delve into the seamy underbelly of the sporting world. Starring Don Haggerty. Bulldog Drummond - The Ludlow Affair (1952): Douglas Fairbanks Jr. introduces this small-screen adaptation of H.C. McNeile's popular character, the suave sleuth with a taste for fast cars and beautiful women. Robert Beatty plays Drummond, while future Hammer Films perennial Michael Ripper plays his faithful pal, Kelly. Starring Robert Beatty, Greta Gynt. The Phantom -- No Escape (1961): The masked avenger known as the Phantom goes undercover at a plantation to uncover a murderer. This unaired pilot features an all-star cast alongside Bob Hope's long-time stunt double Roger Creed as the Phantom. The Storyteller (1952): Marvin Miller (of The Millionaire fame) hosted this syndicated series in which he would relate strange but true stories about actual people. The series, which made excellent use of Miller's incredible baritone voice, began on radio as ""The Story Behind the Story"" before making the move to television.

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