Beastmaster III: The Eye of Braxus

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Beastmaster III: The Eye of Braxas
Genre Action
Based on Characters
by Don Coscarelli
Paul Pepperman
Written by David Wise
Directed by Gabrielle Beaumont
Starring Marc Singer
Tony Todd
Keith Coulouris
Sandra Hess
Casper Van Dien
Patrick Kilpatrick
Lesley-Anne Down
David Warner
Music by Jan Hammer
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Stu Segall
Sylvio Tabet
Producer(s) Lisa Cochran-Neilan
David Wise
Geraint Bell (associate producer)
Cinematography Michael J. Davis
Editor(s) Ken Bornstein
Running time 91 minutes
Distributor Television Limited
Original network NBC
Original release May 24, 1996

Beastmaster III: The Eye of Braxus is the 1996 sequel to the 1982 film The Beastmaster, starring Marc Singer.


In the third installment in the series, Dar, the Beastmaster (Marc Singer) teams up with Seth (Tony Todd) to rescue his brother King Tal (Casper Van Dien). They learn that the boy was captured by the evil Lord Agon (David Warner), who has been sacrificing young prisoners in order to magically retain his youth, and seeks to gain immortality by releasing the dark god Braxus from his prison. Along the way, the heroes are assisted by a beautiful witch named Morgana (Lesley-Anne Down), her acrobatic sidekick Bey (Keith Coulouris), and a warrior woman named Shada (Sandra Hess).


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