After the Rain, on Thursday Trailer

After the Rain, on Thursday Trailer (1985)

12 May 1985 Adventure, Fantasy, Romance 78 mins

A palace steward conspires with bandits to kidnap an infant czar's son and an orphan adopted by the czar, replacing the prince with the steward's son. Two decades later the true prince and his foster brother are slaves in a quarry, the changeling grew up as a prince, and his mother has been elevated to the highest position in the state for "saving" the prince, but losing her own child. Then the brothers escape, the changeling prince departs to fight an immortal wizard and vanishes, and the brothers have to deal with the wizard. Which includes stealing a bird-woman from a Mid-Eastern khan and figuring where the wizard's death is.

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International Releases Dates

Hungary 05 November 1987

Russia 12 May 1985

United States 17 September 1985

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