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Screenplay by  Donald S. Sanford
Initial release  1979
Budget  4 million USD
Producer  John W. Hyde
4.5/10 IMDb

Directed by  Richard Compton
Music by  Fred Karlin
Director  Richard Compton
Music director  Fred Karlin
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Produced by  John W. Hyde executive Saul David
Based on  novel A Path to Savagery by Robert Edmond Alter
Starring  Richard Harris Ernest Borgnine Ann Turkel Art Carney
Cast  Richard Harris, Ann Turkel, Ernest Borgnine, Art Carney, Woody Strode
Similar  Art Carney movies, Nuclear holocaust movies, Science fiction movies

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Ravagers is a 1979 film directed by Richard Compton and based on the 1966 novel Path to Savagery by Robert Edmond Alter. The screenplay concerns survivors of a nuclear holocaust, who do what they can to protect themselves against ravagers, a mutated group of vicious marauders who terrorize the few remaining civilized inhabitants.

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Plot

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In the aftermath of a nuclear holocaust, animal-like creatures known as "the ravagers" roam the earth and kill all survivors. A man named Falk (Richard Harris) witnesses his wife's murder by the creatures. Seeking vengeance, Falk becomes a vigilante.

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He joins a small community, led by Rann (Ernest Borgnine), living aboard a ship anchored off shore. The ship is destroyed in an attack by the ravagers. Falk then leads his fellow survivors on a desperate quest for a place where they can live in peace.

Cast

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  • Richard Harris as Falk
  • Art Carney as Sergeant
  • Anthony James as Ravager leader
  • Ernest Borgnine as Rann
  • Ann Turkel as Faina
  • Alana Stewart as Miriam
  • Woody Strode as Brown
  • Seymour Cassel as Blind Lawyer
  • Bob Westmoreland as Hank
  • Arch Archambault as Ravager #1
  • Olivia Barton as Mushroom Woman
  • Kate Bray as Grace
  • Billy Carmack as Thug with Sickle
  • Brian Carney as Foy
  • Kim Crow as Flocker Woman
  • Harvey Evans as Prison Guard
  • Kurt Grayson as Coop
  • Gordon Hyde as Bert
  • Steve Lashley as Ravager #2
  • George Stokes as Bant
  • Andre Tayir as Prisoner
  • Production

    The film was shot in Alabama.

    Releases

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    Ravagers is part of a long line of Hollywood-backed post-apocalyptic films from the 1970s which are quite rare to find on television or home video. In the UK the film was released on Betamax and VHS. Alana Stewart's voice was dubbed by actress Molly Wryn.

    Reception

    The Los Angeles Times called Ravagers "handsomely produced but relentless dull... doesn't have enough story to tell."

    References

    Ravagers (film) Wikipedia


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