Starring Bob Holt, Jesse Welles, Richard Romanus, David Proval, Jim Connell and Steve Gravers, "Wizards" (also known as "Welt in 10 Millionen Jahren, Die") is an Animation/Science Fiction/Fantasy/War film directed by Ralph Bakshi, released in the USA on March 02 of 1977.
A fantasy vision of the future.
Who is the director of "Wizards":
Wizards was directed by Ralph Bakshi, a director, writer, producer, and actor.
Before directing Wizards, Ralph Bakshi had directed Coonskin, released in 1975, Fritz the Cat (1972). Since, he directed The Lord of the Rings, released in 1978, American Pop (1981), Hey Good Lookin' (1982), Fire and Ice (1983), Cool World (1992), and Last Days of Coney Island (2008).
When was "Wizards" released:
Wizards was initially released on Wednesday, March 02, 1977, in the United States.. This was forty-one (41) years ago.
It has been released on Wednesday, May 25, 1977 in Germany.
Who is at the casting of "Wizards":
At the casting of Wizards we find Bob Holt, previously seen in Abby (1974) and The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat (1974); Jesse Welles (Hey Good Lookin' (1982), Rhinestone (1984)); Richard Romanus (Russian Roulette (1975), Mean Streets (1973)) [ more... ]
- Tina Romanus and Jesse Welles, Richard Romanus, David Proval, Angelo Grisanti also appeared in Hey Good Lookin', released in 1982.
- Richard Romanus and David Proval can both be seen in Mean Streets, released in 1973.
- Peter Hobbs and Bob Holt also worked together in The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat, released in 1974.
What is the Storyline of "Wizards":
Earth has been devastated by a nuclear war instigated by five terrorists, and it has taken two million years for the radioactive clouds to once again allow sunlight to reach the surface. Only a handful of humans have survived, while the rest have changed into mutants who roam the radioactive wastelands. In the idyllic land of Montagar, the true ancestors of humans ? fairies, elves, and dwarves ? have returned and live in peace. During a celebration of 3,000 years of peace, Delia, queen of the fairies, falls [...]
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