Whom the Gods Wish to Destroy 2

Whom the Gods Wish to Destroy 2 (1967)


  • Genre: Drama, Adventure, Fantasy
  • Release Date: 1967-02-16
  • User Rating: 6.1/10 from 13 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 30min
  • Language: Deutsch
  • Production Company: Avala Film
  • Production Country: Germany, Yugoslavia
  • Director: Harald Reinl
star 6.1/10
From 13 Ratings

Summary

Now Brunhild knows by which treason she was won for king Gunther of Burgund by Siegfried of Xanthen, and has been revenged by his foul murder by Hagen, more bloody revenge is inevitable. Hagen steals the Nibelungen-treasure to sink it in the stream and manages to kill Alberich and seize his invisibility-cap. Queen Kriemhild is packed of to an abbey so her son may grow up to become a prelate, but Hagen's men raid them and kill the child. She now accepts to become the wife of Etzel, king of the truly barbaric Hun nomads and invites the Burgund court nomenclature at their Danube court for their heir's baptism a few years later, but prepared a bloody conspiracy with her xenophobic brother-in-law behind her surprisingly chivalric husband's back, while Gunther accepts, hoping to avoid a far bloodier war, despite the danger for his party of knights, which materializes...

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  • Maria Marlow

    as Kriemhild
  • Herbert Lom

    as Etzel
  • Karin Dor

    as Brunhild
  • Siegfried Wischnewski

    as Hagen
  • Rolf Henniger

    as König Gunther
  • Terence Hill

    as Giselher
  • Fred Williams

    as Gernot
  • Hans von Borsody

    as Volker von Alzey
  • Barbara Bold

    as Hildegunt
  • Dieter Eppler

    as Rüdiger von Bechlarn
  • Samson Burke

    as Blo-Edin
  • Skip Martin

    as Alberich
  • Christian Rode

    as Dietrich von Bern
  • Hilde Weissner

    as Königin Ute
  • Milan Bosiljčić 'Beli'

    as Dankwart
  • Đorđe Nenadović

    as Slaodel
  • Ingrid Lotarius

    as Gudrun
  • Andrej Gardenin

    as
  • Bogdan Jakuš

    as
Production Artur Brauner Producer
Editing Hermann Haller Editor
Writing Harald G. Petersson Screenplay
Camera Ernst W. Kalinke Director of Photography
Writing Harald Reinl Screenplay
Directing Harald Reinl Director
Sound Rolf A. Wilhelm Music
Writing Ladislas Fodor Screenplay
Production Götz Dieter Wulf Executive Producer

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