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Hercules Against the Mongols

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Hercules Against the Mongols
Directed byDomenico Paolella
Screenplay by
Produced byJacopo Comin[2]
CinematographyRaffaele Masciochi[2]
Edited byOtello Colangeli[2]
Music byCarlo Savina[2]
  • Alta Vista
  • Jonia Film[2]
Release date
  • 29 November 1963 (1963-11-29) (Italy)
Running time
90 minutes[2]

Hercules Against the Mongols (Italian: Maciste contro i mongoli, lit.'Maciste Against the Mongols') is a 1963 Italian peplum film directed by Domenico Paolella.[3][4][page needed]


The heirs of Genghis Khan conquered the city of Tudela and took prisoner Bianca (José Greci), the daughter of the king. Hercules (Maciste (Mark Forest) in the original version of the film) is sent to the rescue.

Though Genghis Khan eventually sought peace with the West, his death in 1227 AD puts into power his three war-like sons: Sayan, Susdal, and Kin Khan. These sons quickly overrun the city of Tuleda and take prisoner Princess Bianca, though young Prince Alessio escapes. Hercules comes to the rescue of Bianca, winning her freedom in a tournament in exchange for becoming a slave himself. Forces from the West soon come to re-take Tuleda and Hercules -- freed from his bonds -- helps to dispatch Genghis Khan's three sons while again saving Bianca and reuniting her with her young brother.



Hercules Against the Mongols was released in Italy on 29 November 1963.[2]


  1. ^ Kinnard & Crnkovich 2017, p. 81.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Kinnard & Crnkovich 2017, p. 82.
  3. ^ Roberto Poppi, Mario Pecorari. Dizionario del cinema italiano. I film. Gremese Editore, 2007. ISBN 8884405033.
  4. ^ Michele Giordano (1998). Giganti buoni. Gremese Editore, 1998. ISBN 8877421835.


  • Kinnard, Roy; Crnkovich, Tony (2017). Italian Sword and Sandal Films, 1908-1990. McFarland. ISBN 978-1476662916.

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