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Soundtrack Review: "Bermude La Fossa Maldetta" ("Bermuda: Cave Of The Sharks") By Stelvio Cipriani, CD From Chris' Soundtrack Corner
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By Darren Allison
The mid-to-late Seventies seemed rife with films that featured sharks and the mysterious depths of the Bermuda waters. High class entries of course included Jaws (1975) and The Deep (1977), both of which were based upon successful novels by Peter Benchley. For every good example, there is naturally a fair amount of cheaper, less impressive imitations. Bermuda: Cave of the Sharks (1978) directed by Italian Tonino Ricci, unfortunately lands in that category.
When Andres (Andrés García ) and his partner Angelica (Janet Agren ) are hired to recover some treasures from an aircraft that has ditched into the Bermuda Triangle, they face not only human treachery but also the mysterious powers of an underwater civilization. Ricci’s film did very little business and came about strictly because of the Italian film industry’s love affair with shark movies.
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