Hercules and the Masked Rider (Italian: Golia e il cavaliere
mascherato, also known as
Goliath and the Masked Rider) is a 1963
Italian peplum film written and directed by
Piero Pierotti and
Alan Steel and Mimmo Palmara. A crossover film, it is set in
the seventeenth century
Spain and it features
Goliath in the
original version) in a Zorro-like scenario.
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Alan Steel as Hercules/ Goliath
Mimmo Palmara as Don Juan
José Greci as Dona Blanca
Pilar Cansino as Estella, the Gypsy Queen
Arturo Dominici as Don Ramiro Suarez
Dina De Santis as Dolores
Piero Leri as Felipe
Renato Navarrini as Don Francisco
Loris Gizzi as Pedro
Ettore Manni as Captain Blasco
Tullio Altamura as Ruiz
Ugo Sasso as Hermann
Armando Guarnieri as Don Alvarez
^ Michele Giordano. Giganti buoni. Gremese Editore, 1998.
^ Roberto Poppi, Mario Pecorari. Dizionario del cinema italiano. I
film. Gremese Editore, 2007. ISBN 8884405033.
^ Jay Slater. Eaten alive!: Italian cannibal and zombie movies.
Plexus, 2002. ISBN 0859653145.
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