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Goliath & The Dragon (1960)

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Goliath fights the three headed, fire breathing dog monster in the cave of horrors His brother loves the King's bride who commits him to a death by being crushed by an elephant. To overcome all this there are more obstacles and monsters for Goliath to kill.

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  • Actors: Mark Forest, Broderick Crawford, Gaby André, Renato Terra, Federica Ranchi
  • Directors: Vittorio Cottafavi
  • Writers: Bruno Guillaume, Duccio Tessari, Ennio De Concini, Fabio Carpi, Franco Rossetti
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: Synergy Ent
  • DVD Release Date: September 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000W929QM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #466,356 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Goliath & The Dragon (1960)" on IMDb

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This one starts out with Mark Forest climbing down a cliff using the power of his steely, bulgey, mighty thews. Due to the camera angle and the tiny fir micro-skirt he's wearing, you almost kind of get a glimpse of the pillar of Hercules, if you get my drift. Only Forest isn't playing Hercules here. He's playing Emilius the Mighty, nicknamed Goliath and gifted by the gods with strength and immortality in return for his devotion. He's sort of their errand boy. His job here is to take out a giant, 3 headed, fire breathing dog. I suppose you can't just smack a dog like that on the snout with a rolled up newspaper or squirt him with a water bottle so Herc, I mean Goliath, I mean Emilius the Mighty decides to lay a beat down on it.

The problem is that the dog is so wretchedly made that you end up feeling sorry for it because instead of looking like a terrifying horror it just looks really woozy. When "Goliath" finally stabs it in the throat with what looks like a butter knife the dog stops bobbing it's heads and then tips over. It's unclear whether the thing died or just fell asleep. Either way it's out of the picture and Goliath moves on to his next task, to capture a jewel, which is held by a hideous bat-monster, which looks like a very big raisinette with wings. This monster makes the gods quake in their sandals but Goliath just stabs it with his butter knife and it dies like a beeyotch. He brings the jewel to the temple of the gods and a priestess informs him that his service to the gods is now over and he can do his own thing.

All he wants to do after years of service is go back to his home and live with his family.
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this was my favorite movie when i was young. i was so delighted to be able to get it now and watch it again. still fun to watch.
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