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Saturday Night at the Movies: The Beastmaster

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continues a run of films new to television. Tonight starring Marc Singer
Tanya Roberts Rip Torn
Before history began there was a time of dark magic and high honour. It was a time in need of a hero. He must triumph where others have perished - before the might of the Jun horde and the cruel high priest Maax.
As allies he has the eyes and talons of an eagle, the strength of a black tiger and his own courage. Dar is that hero - The Beastmaster.
Screenplay by DON COSCARELU , PAUL PEPPERMAN Produced by PAUL PEPPERMAN , SYLVIO TABET Directed by DON COSCARELU
(First showing on British television) 0 FILMS: page 26
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Contributors

Unknown: Marc Singer
Unknown: Tanya Roberts
Unknown: Don Coscarelu
Unknown: Paul Pepperman
Produced By: Paul Pepperman
Directed By: Don Coscarelu
Dar: Marc Singer
Kiri: Tanya Roberts
Maax: Rip Torn
Seth: John Amos
Tal: Josh Milrad
Zed: Rod Loomis
Young Dar's father: Ben Hammer
Sacco: Ralph Strait
Young Dar: Billy Jacoby
Witchwomen: Janet Demay
Witchwomen: Chrissy Kellogg
Jun leader: Tony Epper
Winged creature leader: Daniel Zormeier

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Saturday Night at the Movies: The Beastmaster

BBC One London, 13 December 1986 21.10






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