Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Roger Browne, one of the busier of the Steve Reeves clones of the 1960s, stars in Ten Gladiators. Old reliable Nero is once more the villain, oppressing and slaughtering with cheerful abandon. A group of formerly loyal gladiators form an alliance against the mad emperor. They are headed by a Spartacus-like former slave, played by Browne. Produced in Italy in 1960, Ten Gladiators was released in America as part of a sword-and-sandal TV syndication package in 1963.
bad-guy, good-guy, terrorism