The Sword and the Sorcerer

Synopsis: A mercenary with a three-bladed sword rediscovers his royal heritage's dangerous future when he is recruited to help a princess foil the designs of a brutal tyrant and a powerful sorcerer in conquering a land.
Director(s): Albert Pyun
Production: MCA Universal Home Video
  1 win & 5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
99 min

in your charge.

Take them and escape.

A boat awaits you

on the river.

Go now.

Quickly, malia.

Take me to battle, father.

You'll need me.

I do love you

more than life itself.

If i die,

it will fall upon you...

to avenge me.

Do you understand, talon?

I understand.


And so it came to pass...

that the remnants

of richard's armies met

cromwell's black hordes...

in a final

desperate battle.

Here on the sea cliffs

of elizrah,

the fate of ehdan...

had been decided.






where's my father?

Don't worry about the king.

The battle is lost,

and we must save the queen.

Cromwell will be

after her next.

Let's finish it.



No, talon!

Listen to me.

Avenge your father

another day.

Cromwell will try to stop your

mother's escape on the river.

You must save her.

You hear?

The future of the kingdom

is in your hands.

Now go.


Go! Go!

To the boat, children.

Henry, come back!

- [Yells]

- [Screams]


You bastard!




Oh, no!

- Mama!

- No!


I'll spare your daughter,

if you officially

proclaim me king.


Pull it out!


Malia, you fool!








Find that boy on your lives.

Don't return without him.

I want him.

I want him.



For years the boy

was to be hunted,

but cromwell's assassins

found not a trace.

Talon had simply vanished

into the void.

Years passed,

and rumors began to rumble

through the outland kingdoms...

of a fearless adventurer,

a warrior who roamed

trackless deserts,

mighty mountains

and shining seas.

These rumors grew

into legends...

about this man who was

at once a buccaneer,

a slave, a rogue,

a general.

[Man yelling]

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