Dunyayi Kurtaran Adam (1982)
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Two space cadets crash-land on a desert planet, where an evil wizard seeks the ultimate power to take over the world. Although the movie borrows some background footage from Star Wars, the plot is mostly unrelated.
Also Known As:
The Man Who Saves the World
Turkish Star Wars
Title: Dunyayi Kurtaran Adam
Runtime: 91 mins
All Genres: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB Rating: 5.4
Buried.com Rating: 6.4 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With D
Cuneyt Arkin ...Murat
Aytekin Akkaya ...Ali
Fusun Ucar ...Bilgin'in Kizi (as Fusun Ucar)
Huseyin Peyda ...Bilgin
Necla Fide ...Kralice
Mehmet Ugur ...yaratik
Kadir Kok ...yaratik
Aydin Haberdar ...yaratik
yadigar Ejder ...yaratik
Hikmet Tasdemir ...Sihirbaz
"Raiders of the Lost Ark - Main Theme"
- Murat: Begin to your famous whistle which no women can resist. Ali: [Whistles] Murat: You whistle it wrong Ali: Why? Murat: Skeletons came instead of woman
Ali: It doesn't seem it will finish, they are still coming, let's go over them. Murat: That's what suit us, we must go beyond the space speed, be ready to welcome arrivers. Ali: These are too ugly, it would be better if some girls come with mini skirts.
Murat: An unknown force pulls us to itself, we go far away from earth, our indicators don't work. I can't know what this force is, we are in a very dangerous situation, you need to be very careful.
Murat: We're going away from earth, we still couldn't get out of the domain of unknown power, typhoon 2 answer me typhoon 2, typhoon 2 answer me typhoon 2 answer me...
Ali: Man, I'm so hungry! Little Boy: The lunch is ready. My sister has prepared. Ali: What's on the menu? Little Boy: Fried insects, and boiled snake. Ali: Yuck! I won't eat that! Murat: Come on man! If you don't eat, your handsome looks will deteriorate.
- Star Wars (1977) footage was not all that was "borrowed" from Western movies for this film. Popular movie soundtracks were also used, such as Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) (used throughout the film), Moonraker (1979), Flash Gordon (1980), Planet of the Apes (1968), and The Black Hole (1979).
The material from Star Wars (1977) was spliced in from an anamorphic print, while this movie was shot in academy format, resulting in a non-correct aspect ratio during the Star Wars footage (e.g., the Death Star looks more like a Death Egg).
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