Romulus and the Sabines (1961)
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The classic story from the early days of Rome where there are no women. Romulus, the founder of Rome, finds women to be wives from Sabina where there are a lot of women. The Sabine men, of course, attack Rome to get their wives and daughters back.
The classic story from the early days of Rome where there are no women, and the only men to be found are the early Romans themselves; every crook, thief and cutthroat that the ancient Italian peninsula has to offer. Spurred on by the discontent of his newly founded city's populous, Romulus hatches a plan that will not only bring even more glory and fame to his already notorious city's reputation for harboring every criminal in the land, but a plan that will bring a much needed quickening to his men. Women, but with one drawback: the early Romans are going to have to do what they do best, steal them. Sword fighting, womanizing and cunning underhand tactics ensue, as Romulus and his small but capable Roman force raid the Sabine people for everything that Rome demands. The Romans surely do start out as they later go on to do, conquer the known world for the glory of Rome.
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