In Argentina during 1985, Aires Cinematografica Argentina and Rodeo Products released a 71 minute romp of T & A called "Barbarian Queen" with Lana Clarkson, Katt Shea, Dawn Dunlap, Susana Traverso, Andrea Barbieri, Andrea Scriven, Matilde Mur, and Lucy Tiller. I imagine a few women would enjoy Frank Zagarino in this film, also. But predominantly, it isn't the sword fighting, it isn't the sets, and it isn't the thespian skills that kept me watching. The language for the film is English, but that isn't important for this genre. The story is a raid on a village where survivors are made into slaves, and ultimately back at the castle those slaves and other slaves unite in overthrowing the warlord. There's raping and pillaging, and some hut burning too. Lana Clarkson has appeared in many TV hits of the 1970's and 1980's, as well as her fair share of movies. I like her best in this R-rated film for obvious reasons, as the "Barbarian Queen." Some of the gore and some of the exploitation has been edited, but there's enough here to be worth having.