Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time

Overview

The most fascinating thing about Beastmaster 2 is how well the cartoonish sword-and-sorcery characters blend in to contemporary Los Angeles -- it may as well be documentary. Marc Singer plays Dar, a muscle-headed barbarian whose main claim to fame is his ability to communicate with a wide array of animal friends. Dar is informed that his evil brother Arklon Wings Hauser has nefarious designs on the universe. Arklon has teamed up with Lyranna Sarah Douglas, a sexy witch who cracks wise in Valley Girl vernacular, a...
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Overview

The most fascinating thing about Beastmaster 2 is how well the cartoonish sword-and-sorcery characters blend in to contemporary Los Angeles -- it may as well be documentary. Marc Singer plays Dar, a muscle-headed barbarian whose main claim to fame is his ability to communicate with a wide array of animal friends. Dar is informed that his evil brother Arklon Wings Hauser has nefarious designs on the universe. Arklon has teamed up with Lyranna Sarah Douglas, a sexy witch who cracks wise in Valley Girl vernacular, a parlance picked up during her travels through the portal of time to a netherworld called L.A. Arklon has to find a quick way to decimate the universe, so Arklon and Lyranna travel through the portal to steal a neutron detonator from a military base close to Los Angeles. Dar and Southern California teen Jackie Trent Kari Wuhrer -- who had gotten stuck in the portal and ended up in Togaland -- pursue Arklon and Lyranna as they make their way through the time hole. Once in La-La land, Dra and his companion find themselves pursued by the LAPD, which considerably slows up their race to catch Arklon.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/2/1996
  • UPC: 017153023039
  • Original Release: 1991
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  • Source: Republic Pictures
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mark Singer Dar
Kari Wuhrer Jackie Trent
Wings Hauser Arklon
Sarah Douglas Lyranna
James Avery Caberly
Charles W. Young Lead
Robert Fieldsteel Bendowski
Michael Berryman Pilgrim #1
David Carrera Punker #1
Carl Ciarfalio 2nd Policeman
Lawrence Dobkin Admiral Binns
Steve Donmyer Police Officer
Richard L. Duran Guard #1
Kyle Fredericks Maid
Gordon Greene Gate Sentry
Cathy Henderson
Arthur Malet Wendel
Lawrence Mandley Army Guard
Daniel O'Haco Gage
Wayne Pere Punker #2
Rex Pierson Salesman
Mark Roberts Herbert Trent
David Sederholm Sentry
Vic Trevino Driver
Dick Warlock Scientist #1
Eric Waterhouse Exeter
Frank Welker Voice Only
Dan Woren Policeman #1
Robert Z'Dar Zavic
Technical Credits
Sylvio Tabet Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Adam Bernardi Editor
Robert Folk Score Composer
Cathy Henderson Casting
Allen Jones Production Designer
Al Jones Stunts
Jerrold W. Lambert Producer
Betty Pecha Madden Costumes/Costume Designer
R.J. Robertson Screenwriter
Ronn Schmidt Cinematographer
Janet Sobel Costumes/Costume Designer
Stephen Strick Producer
Patrick Tatopoulos Art Director
Jim Wynorski Screenwriter
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