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The planet Krull has been invaded by the evil monster The Beast and his army The Slayers, two rival kingdoms have formed a alliance against The Beast and The Slayers, as Prince Colwyn, the son of King Turlord marries Princess Lyssa, daughter of King Eirig, where Prince Colwyn and Princess Lyssa's marriage will unite the two kingdoms and both Colwyn and Lyssa will rule the lands of Krull. But during the wedding, The Slayers attack and Lyssa is kidnapped. Setting out to rescue Lyssa, Colwyn joined by a fellowship companions: the Seer ynyr, a band of escaped convicts led by Torquil, Rell, a one-eyed giant, Ergo, a cowardly magician, Emerald, a blind Seer and a young boy named Titch set off in search of The Black Fortress where Lyssa is being held captive, where The Beast intends to marry Lyssa in it's evil goal to rule Krull along with many other worlds. Armed with a powerful weapon "The Glave" a disc with five blades, Colwyn and his companions set off in search of The Black Fortress which changes location every sunrise, where Colwyn vows to rescue Lyssa and defeat The Beast and The Slayers.
A world light-years beyond your imagination.
Release Date: July 29, 1983
Runtime: 121 mins
All Genres: Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB Rating: 5.9
Buried.com Rating: 6.9 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With K
MPAA Rating: PG
Ken Marshall ...Prince Colwyn
Lysette Anthony ...Princess Lyssa
Freddie Jones ...ynyr
Francesca Annis ...Lyssa, Widow of the Web
Alun Armstrong ...Torquil
David Battley ...Ergo
Bernard Bresslaw ...Rell the Cyclops
Liam Neeson ...Kegan
John Welsh ...The Seer
Graham McGrath ...Titch
Tony Church ...Turold
Bernard Archard ...Eirig
Belinda Mayne ...Vella
Dicken Ashworth ...Bardolph
Todd Carty ...Oswyn
Robbie Coltrane ...Rhun
Clare McIntyre ...Merith
Bronco McLoughlin ...Nennog
Andy Bradford ...Darro
Gerard Naprous ...Quain
Bill Weston ...Menno
Michael Elphick ...Rhun (voice)
Trevor Martin ...The Beast (voice)
Lindsay Crouse ...Princess Lyssa (voice)
Derek Lyons ...White Slayer with Tiger
Dinny Powell ...Slayer in the Swamp
Nosher Powell ...Slayer in the Swamp
More Movie Taglines:
- A world light-years beyond your imagination.
- Beyond our time, beyond our universe...there is a planet besieged by alien invaders, where a young king must rescue his love from the clutches of the Beast. Or risk the death of his world.
- Prince Colwyn: The forest is not safe. You best travel with us. Ergo: Me travel with you? Do you know who I am? Prince Colwyn: No. Ergo: I am Ergo the magnificent. Short in stature, tall in power, narrow of purpose and wide of vision. And I do not travel with peasants and beggars. Goodbye!
Princess Lyssa: Power is fleeting; love is eternal.
Princess Lyssa: My father says that good fighters make bad husbands. Prince Colwyn: Well, that depends. Princess Lyssa: On what? Prince Colwyn: On whether you expect a husband to follow you around. Jump every time you clap your hands. Princess Lyssa: Wouldn't you jump for me? No of course not. You're a warrior.
Prince Colwyn: The reward is freedom... and fame! Torquil: Freedom? We have it! And fame? Nah. It's an empty purse. Count it, go broke. Eat it, go hungry. Seek it, go mad!
Ergo: If I had my wish I'd be out of this gloomy place right away. If I really had my wish I'd be sitting on top of a gooseberry pie as big as a mountain. No, that's a bit greedy. I'll settle for one as big as a house. Titch: I'd wish for a puppy. Ergo: Only one puppy? If you're wishing why not wish for a hundred? Titch: Only want one. Ergo: Well that's a foolish wish. And you Rell, what would you wish for? Rell the Cyclops: Ignorance.
- Frank Price, then-president of Columbia Pictures, determined that an unknown American actress would help state side ticket sales as opposed to an unknown English actress. With that logic in mind, Price met with Lysette Anthony and informed her that all of her dialogue had been dubbed by actress Lindsay Crouse. Anthony was totally unaware that her voice was to be dubbed prior to the meeting.
Robbie Coltrane's voice was dubbed by actor Michael Elphick.
Trevor Martin voiced the Beast.
The dub for the death screams of the Slayers was taken from the Mayar shrieks in At the Earth's Core (1976).
Last film of John Welsh.
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