The Scorpion King, a Universal Pictures presentation in association with World Wrestling Federation Entertainment an Alphaville/Stephen Sommers/Misher Films production, a Chuck Russell film ; producers, Stephen Sommers, Sean Daniel, James Jacks, Kevin Misher ; screenplay writers, Stephen Sommers, William Osborne, David Hayter ; director, Chuck Russell
The work The Scorpion King, a Universal Pictures presentation in association with World Wrestling Federation Entertainment an Alphaville/Stephen Sommers/Misher Films production, a Chuck Russell film ; producers, Stephen Sommers, Sean Daniel, James Jacks, Kevin Misher ; screenplay writers, Stephen Sommers, William Osborne, David Hayter ; director, Chuck Russell represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Tewksbury Public Library.

Resource ID
  • 07x0FJ0nAiw
Is active
  • True
Provenance
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Rules version
  • 2
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  • The Scorpion King, a Universal Pictures presentation in association with World Wrestling Federation Entertainment an Alphaville/Stephen Sommers/Misher Films production, a Chuck Russell film ; producers, Stephen Sommers, Sean Daniel, James Jacks, Kevin Misher ; screenplay writers, Stephen Sommers, William Osborne, David Hayter ; director, Chuck Russell
Main title
  • The Scorpion King
Responsibility statement
  • a Universal Pictures presentation in association with World Wrestling Federation Entertainment an Alphaville/Stephen Sommers/Misher Films production, a Chuck Russell film ; producers, Stephen Sommers, Sean Daniel, James Jacks, Kevin Misher ; screenplay writers, Stephen Sommers, William Osborne, David Hayter ; director, Chuck Russell
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Mighty Memnon rules over nearly all the known world, who defeats his enemies in battle with the help of a beautiful sorceress. "Free tribes" form a fragile alliance to fight Memnon, and hire a trio of assassins to kill the sorceress and thus remove Memnon's advantage. The assassins are betrayed by the son of one of the tribal leaders, and Mathayus finds himself unable to kill Cassandra. Mathayus abducts the sorceress, who explains that Memnon was holding her against her will. Mathayus then uses his newfound sense of justice to convince the surviving tribal leaders to join forces again to defeat Memnon
Characteristic
  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: PG-13
OCLC Number
  • 50564153
Runtime
  • 91
Target audience
  • general
Technique
  • live action
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