To maintain his powers, the evil wizard Traigon must sacrifice his firstborn child to the god Caligara. His wife, however, has other ideas and runs away after giving birth with her twin daughters. Before dying, she hands the girls over to the warrior Krona who promises to raise them as great soldiers. Twenty years later, Traigon returns and begins hunting down his daughters once again. Will the twins, with the help of the Barbarian Erlik and the Viking Baldar, be able to defeat their father?
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An age undreamed of; an age of fantasy and magic... [video cover]
Did You Know?
Director Jack Hill
asked that his name be removed from the credits for two reasons: (1) the special effects, around which much of the script had been written, ended up being much less impressive than producer Roger Corman
had promised, and (2) Hill had written a role for his friend Sid Haig
but Corman refused to hire him at the last minute. See more
When Mira and Mara hold out their hands for Krona, they do so palms up. In the close-up, their hands are palms down. See more
How lovely you look, even in those goat-herd clothes.