Deathstalker II

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Deathstalker II:
Duel of the Titans
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Jim Wynorski
Produced by Roger Corman (executive producer)
Frank K. Isaac (producer)
Written by Neil Ruttenberg
Jim Wynorski
R.J. Robertson (additional dialogue)
Starring John Terlesky
Monique Gabrielle
John Lazar
Toni Naples
María Socas
Music by Chuck Cirino
Cinematography Leonardo Rodríguez Solís
Edited by Steve Barnett
Silvia Ripoll
Aries Films International (Aries Cinematográfica Argentina)
New Horizon Picture Corp
Distributed by Concorde Pictures
Release date
  • 1987 (1987)
Running time
85 minutes
Country Argentina
United States
Language English

Deathstalker II, also known as Deathstalker II: Duel of the Titans, is a 1987 Argentine-American fantasy adventure film directed by Jim Wynorski and starring John Terlesky and Monique Gabrielle. Terlesky replaced Rick Hill, the protagonist from the previous film, in the starring role of Deathstalker. This is the last sword and sorcery movie that Roger Corman produced in Argentina during the 80's.[1]


Princess Evie of Jzafir is deposed by the evil Jerak and his ally Sultana. Posing as Reena the Seer, Princess Evie enlists the aid of the renowned hero Deathstalker. Together they battle the forces of evil and a clone of Evie created by Jerak, to win back Evie's kingdom.


  • John Terlesky ... Deathstalker
  • Monique Gabrielle ... Reena the Seer/Princess Evie
  • John LaZar ... Jarek the Sorcerer
  • Toni Naples ... Sultana
  • María Socas ... Amazon Queen
  • Marcos Woinsky ... Pirate
  • Dee Booher ... Amazon Champion Wrestler (as Queen Kong)
  • Jacques Arndt ... High Priest (as Jake Arnt)
  • Carina Davi ... Young Amazon
  • Jim Wynorski ... Dying Soldier (as Arch Stanton)
  • Douglas Mortimer ... Man in Black
  • Maria Luisa Carnivani ... Woman Guard
  • Leo Nichols ... Pirate's Hitman One
  • Frank Sisty ... Pirate's Hitman Two
  • Red Sands ... Pirate's Hitman Three
  • Dan Savio ... Pirate's Hitman Four
  • William Feldman ... Pirate's Hitman Five
  • Nick Sardansky ... Evie's Victim


The film was re-released in the 2000s by Shout Factory as "Roger Corman's Cult Classics: Sword and Sorcery Collection". The collection features Deathstalker, Deathstalker II, Barbarian Queen and The Warrior and the Sorceress.

The release of Deathstalker II on this collection is quite different from past VHS and DVD releases. It features a new Anamorphic Widescreen Transfer (1.78:1) and an Approved Director's Cut of the film.


  1. ^ Fevrier, Andres (2008-03-24). "Hollywood in Don Torcuato (third part)": When Roger Corman and his B-movies invaded Argentina Cinemató (Spanish)

External links[edit]

Deathstalker Series
Deathstalker | Deathstalker II | Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell | Deathstalker IV: Match of Titans