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Spartacus and the Ten Gladiators (1964)

Gli invincibili dieci gladiatori (original title)
The story of Spartacus and 10 other gladiators who rebelled against the bloody coliseum sports. They escape and are faced at every turn by Roman soldiers bent on taking them back to the ... See full summary »

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Nick Nostro

Writers:

Sergio Sollima (story and screenplay) (as Simon Sterling), Nick Nostro (story and screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dan Vadis ... Gladiator Roccia
Helga Liné ... Daliah, a Slave
Giovanni Di Benedetto Giovanni Di Benedetto ... Spartacus (as John Heston)
Giovanni Vari Giovanni Vari ... Tipho, Smith (as John Warrell)
Ursula Davis ... Lydia, Giulio Varro's Daughter
Giuliano Dell'Ovo Giuliano Dell'Ovo ... Mature Gladiator (as Julian Dower)
Enzo Fiermonte ... Gladiator Rizio (as William Bird)
Frank Oliveras Frank Oliveras ... Gladiator
Vassili Karis Vassili Karis ... Young Gladiator (as Marco Vassilli)
Sal Borgese ... Mute Gladiator
Emilio Messina ... Gladiator Lepto (as Don Emil Messina)
Romano Giomini Romano Giomini ... Gladiator (as Gordon Steve)
Jeff Cameron Jeff Cameron ... Gladiator
Aldo Canti ... Gladiator (as Alan Lancaster)
Pietro Torrisi ... Gladiator (as Fred Hudson)
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The story of Spartacus and 10 other gladiators who rebelled against the bloody coliseum sports. They escape and are faced at every turn by Roman soldiers bent on taking them back to the Coliseum - dead or alive! Written by Fryingham

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Although the score is credited to Carlo Savina, for the English dubbed version released in the U.S. as "Spartacus and the Ten Gladiators" (1964), the opening score is recycled from Sergio Leone's "The Colossus of Rhodes" (1961) composed by Angelo Francesco Lavagnino. See more »

Quotes

Senator Varro: If you fail me once again, you'll return to being a slave. Even worse, I'll have your tongue cut out. I'll tear out your eyes. And I will send you into the mines where you'll be whipped, and I will have your wounds, all of them, rubbed with salt.
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Follows The Ten Gladiators (1963) See more »

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No Beefcake Here, But A Lot Of Apes
19 January 2017 | by Rainey-DawnSee all my reviews

From a female standpoint of view, there is no (real) beefcake here because they all look like a bunch of apes. Spartacus being the ugliest of the apes. Good thing this is a comedy! They have Spartacus and his 10 merry men rebelling against fighting their own in the coliseum sports. Yet half of the film is of Spartacus and his 10 men fighting their own. Ironic ain't it. They roll around really well on the ground too. :P It's a terrible B film but does have some funny stuff that makes it worth watching on this rainy morning. It's an awful movie but it is cheap entertainment from the Mill Creek Warriors 50-Pack.

3.5/10


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Country:

Italy | Spain | France

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

23 December 1964 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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