Kindar, the Invulnerable (1965)

Genres - Action, Adventure  |   Sub-Genres - Costume Adventure, Sword-and-Sandal  |   Run Time - 98 min.  |   Countries - Egypt, Italy, USA  |  
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Mark Forest stars in this obscure sword-and-sandal epic as Kindar, a sultan's son who was kidnapped after birth and raised by a rebel leader (Mimmo Palmara). Kindar, who has invulnerable skin, grows to adulthood, falls in love with a woman engaged to his real brother (Renato Rossini appearing as "Red Ross"), and prepares to raid the sultan's village before learning the truth. That sets up a desert battle between the two brothers, whose whip-fight is the film's high point. Osvaldo Civirani's assured direction and some slick action sequences make this a worthwhile entry for genre fans.

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bad-guy, boy, champion, defense [military], good-guy