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"Television Reviews: Wizards and Warriors." People Weekly 28 February 1983: 11.


Wizards and Warriors
(television reviews)


Replacing the canceled Raiders of the Lost Ark clone Bring 'Em Back Alive, this limited-run series imitates such fantasy movies as Dragonslayer and Conan the Barbarian. Jeff Conaway stars as a dogood prince of the Kingdom of Camarand who teams up with a vassal (Walter Olkewicz) to battle evil sorcerers and such ne'er-do-wells as Prince Dirk Blackpool (Duncan Regehr) and the Wizard Vector (Clive Revill).

Review Grade: A


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