Hercules of the Desert (Italian: La valle dell’eco tonante/ Valley of the Thundering Echo), aka Maciste and the Women of the Valley, is a 1964 Italian peplum film directed by Tanio Boccia and starring Kirk Morris.
A fabulous land of green pastures is protected from invasion by the mysterious Valley of the Thundering Echo. Queen Farida draws together the desert tribes to conquer the land, even though a prophecy has promised the land to the Gameli tribe. The Gameli journey to the Silver Temple, where the High Priest summons the legendary Maciste from the mountain rock to defeat their enemies and guide them to their promised land. Maciste materializes magically from a rock wall in a cave in this film, tying in with Maciste’s claim in earlier films that his name means born of the rock!
color, mono, widescreen, 87 minutes, fantastic print. DVD-R comes packaged as shown in color DVD case, wrapped in plastic!