Goliath and the Dragon (1960) Movie Review

Goliath and the Dragon (1960)

1960 Action, Fantasy, Adventure
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User Score: 60/100


A warrior returning home to his country must battle giant bats, three-headed dogs and a vicious dragon to save his wife, and his people, from the machinations of an evil ruler.

While strongman Goliath is busy battling a fire-spewing three-headed doggie and a giant bat-monster in the "Cave of Horrors," his brother Illus has made the mistake of falling in love with the bride-to-be of evil King Eurystheus (played by Broderick Crawford). Responsible for the death of Goliath’s parents, Eurystheus captures Illus and sentences him to death. Worse, a centaur kidnaps Goliath’s wife and delivers her to the temperamental tyrant. Naturally, Goliath goes ballistic, flexes his muscles, and clobbers all the king’s men. "Goliath and the Dragon" comes complete with "A Cast of Thousands," goofy monsters, elephant wrestling, temple wrecking, a Goliathquake, and a comical midget!

About Goliath and the Dragon (1960)

Title: Goliath and the Dragon
Year: 1960
Starring: Wandisa Guida, Leonora Ruffo, Spartaco Nale, Carla Calò, Franco Loffredi, Mark Forest, Piero Pastore, Broderick Crawford, Fedele Gentile, Gaby André, Corrado Sonni, Renato Terra, Graziella Cori, Federica Ranchi, Claudio Undari, Ugo Sasso, Roberto Ceccacci, Sandro Moretti, Grazia Collodi, Salvatore Furnari, Stefano Valle, Giancarlo Sbragia, Philippe Hersent, Michele Gentilini, Nino Milano
Director: Vittorio Cottafavi
Score: 2.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users. Votes: 5.
Genre: Action, Fantasy, Adventure

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