Vulcan, Son of Jupiter (March 14, 1962)

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Vulcan, Son of Jupiter
 

Released on March 14, 1962: Mars and Venus team up with an Earth warrior to create trouble for Vulcan and his Sicilian nymph.

Produced by Spartaco Antonucci

Directed by Emimmo Salvi

The Actors: Bella Cortez (Aetna, the Sicilian nymph), Iloosh Koshabe (Vulcan, blacksmith titan), Annie Gorassini (Venus, goddess of beauty), Roger Browne (Mars, god of war), Liliana Zagra (Sicilian rebel girl), Furio Meniconi (Jupiter, god of lightning), Omero Gargano (Neptune, god of the sea), Gordon Mitchell (god of darkness), Isarco Ravaioli (Mercurius, messenger of the gods), Yvonne Sire (Juno, Jupiter's wife), Salvatore Furnari (Geo the little man), Ugo Sabetta (Milos, King of the Thracians), Edda Ferronao (Erida, goddess of hate), Renzo Stefilongo (unknown), Paolo Pieri (unknown), Pasquale Fasciano (unkown), Giuseppe Trinca (unknown), Romano Gaspari (unknown), Amedeo Trilli (unknown), Luigi Ciavarro (unknown), Leopoldo Savona (unknown)

 

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Venus, Mars, and the Sicilian Nymph

This Italian story of the gods and goddesses is an hour of testosterone filled men of might and fight, along with a bevy of hormone driven women of beauty fighting for their men. As our adventure opens we learn that on Mount Olympus, abode of the gods, the calm is rudely shattered because some rogue gods are stirring up trouble. Mars, god of war, Pluto, god of darkness, Vulcan, god of fire, and the irresistible Venus, goddess of beauty are at it again. Venus is flirting with all the gods and even entices Vulcan, son of the boss god Jupiter to wrestle with Mars. Jupiter punishes Vulcan and Mars, but Mars and Venus decide to go down to Earth and stir up some trouble there. Back on Mount Olympus, good boy Vulcan gets tossed to Earth where he will be mortal. Aetna, beautiful Sicilian nymph, finds Vulcan lying on the beach and attends to him, but the beast-men of Sicily capture Vulcan and Aetna and imprison them where no one has ever escaped before. Meanwhile, Mars and Venus are plotting against the gods with a great Earth warrior Milos, King of the Thracians. Venus is still trying to conquer every man she meets, and is enjoying great success with every man except Vulcan, whose heart belongs to the Sicilian nymph Aetna. Meanwhile, back at the prison of the Sicilian beasts a little man travels to the home of Neptune the god of the sea, and his tridents help rescue Vulcan and the Sicilian nymph Aetna, but alas they have no idea of the danger that still lies ahead. Pluto, god of darkness, and Erida, goddess of hate, must enter into the conflict between Mars and Venus and Vulcan . . . . Venus still plots with Mars, but wants to conquer Vulcan . . . Still with me? . . . . . Sigh . . . . . I’m not sure I even understand what is going on any more. . . . But I cannot stop watching . . . . . Why? . . . . Well, the scenes of the barely dressed Venus and the Sicilian nymph Aetna fighting for their men are keeping me glued to the screen. . . . And ladies, the even more barely dressed gods fighting each other will keep you interested long past the point where you forget exactly who is who. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Annie Gorassini
Annie Gorassini
Annie Gorassini as Venus, goddess of love
Annie Gorassini as Venus, goddess of love
Annie Gorassini
Annie Gorassini
Annie Gorassini
Annie Gorassini
Bella Cortez
Bella Cortez
Bella Cortez
Bella Cortez
Furio Meniconi
Furio Meniconi
Furio Meniconi
Furio Meniconi
Gordon Mitchell and Edda Ferronao
Gordon Mitchell and Edda Ferronao
Iloosh Khoshabe
Iloosh Khoshabe
Iloosh Khoshabe and Bella Cortez
Iloosh Khoshabe and Bella Cortez
Iloosh Khoshabe and Isarco Ravaioli
Iloosh Khoshabe and Isarco Ravaioli
Iloosh Khoshabe
Iloosh Khoshabe
Iloosh Khoshabe
Iloosh Khoshabe
Liliana Zagra
Liliana Zagra
Omero Gargano as Neptune, god of the sea
Omero Gargano as Neptune, god of the sea
Omero Gargano
Omero Gargano
Roger Browne
Roger Browne
Roger Browne and Ugo Sabetta
Roger Browne and Ugo Sabetta
Roger Browne
Roger Browne
Salvatore Furnari and Bella Cortez
Salvatore Furnari and Bella Cortez
Salvatore Furnari
Salvatore Furnari
Ugo Sabetta
Ugo Sabetta