When barbarians invade his village and kill his father, a local man wages a one-man war against them.
Both Steve Reeves and Bruce Cabot's voices were dubbed by other actors in the English language version.
Londo, your dancing makes fires burn in my veins.
For its release in the United States under the title "Goliath and the Barbarians," American International trimmed almost 15 minutes of film, replaced the English language dubbing with their own English dubbed track and replaced the score with one recorded by Les Baxter. It became American International's biggest hit up to that time. It set a precedent for American International's handling of later foreign negative pick-ups.