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The Warrior and the Sorceress (1984)

The mightiest blade… The most beautiful slave… The boldest conqueror of all time.

The Warrior and the Sorceress
Theatrical release film poster by Boris Vallejo

The Warrior and the Sorceress is a 1984 Argentine-American fantasy action film directed by John C. Broderick and starring David CarradineMaría Socas and Luke Askew. It was written by Broderick (story and screenplay) and William Stout (story).

The Warrior and the Sorceress is a version of the classic Kurosawa film Yojimbo. The film is noted chiefly for containing extensive nudity and violence, being one of the more extreme examples of the sword-and-sorcery genre. It is also considered by some to be a cult classic.

The Warrior and the Sorceress was the second entry in a series of ten films that Roger Corman produced in Argentina during the 1980s: the first one being Deathstalker.


  • David Carradine … Kain the Warrior
  • María Socas … Naja the Sorceress
  • Luke Askew … Zeg the Tyrant
  • Anthony De Longis … Kief, Zeg’s Captain (as Anthony DeLongis)
  • Harry Townes … Bludge the Prelate
  • Guillermo Marín … Bal Caz (as William Marin)
  • Armando Capo … Burgo the Slaver (as Arthur Clark)
  • Daniel March … Blather, Bal Caz’s Fool
  • John Overby … Gabble, Bal Caz’s Fool
  • Richard Paley … Scar-face
  • Marcos Woinski … Burgo’s Captain (as Mark Welles)[9]
  • Cecilia Narova … Exotic Dancer (as Cecilia North)
  • Dylan Willias … Zeg’s Guard
  • José Casanova … Zeg’s Guard (as Joe Cass)
  • Miguel Zavaleta … Zeg’s Guard (as Michael Zane)
  • Herman Cass … Zeg’s Guard
  • Arturo Noal … Zeg’s Guard (as Arthur Neal)
  • Hernán Gené … Zeg’s Guard (as Herman Gere)
  • Gus Parker … Zeg’s Guard
  • Ned Ivers … Slave
  • Liliana Cameroni … Zeg’s Drowned Slave (as Lillian Cameron)
  • Eva Adanaylo … Woman at Well (as Eve Adams)
  • Noëlle Balfour … (uncredited)
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