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The Glass Sphinx (1967)
"La sfinge d'oro" (original title)

 -  Adventure  -  31 May 1967 (Italy)
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Prof. Karl Nichols
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Paulette
Gianna Serra ...
Jenny
Giacomo Rossi-Stuart ...
Ray (as Jack Stuart)
Ángel del Pozo ...
Alex
Remo De Angelis ...
Mirko
José Truchado ...
Theo
Imad Hamdi ...
Fouad (as Emad Hamdy)
Ahmed Kamis ...
Chief Shoukry
Mohammed Tawfik
Lidia Biondi
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Not many chills and thrills
18 January 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I picked up this baby because I was hoping for a spooky expedition story set in Egypt. Robert Taylor plays a millionaire going to Egypt to locate a buried tomb that holds the priceless Glass Sphinx. His assistant in an expert in such matters, played by Angel del Pozo. Also accompanying him are his niece and an exotic beauty he has just met, played by Anita Ekberg. Adding a little suspense is a mystery man (Giacomo Rossi-Stuart) who is following the expedition.

This all sounds good to me. Unfortunately the creative team key on the romantic subplots of the film. Taylor is mad for Ekberg and the niece is falling for the mystery man. Alas the most memorable scene is not the unearthing of a vengeful mummy, but a clumsy romantic scene between Taylor and Ekberg. They are both having a morning shower, side by side, in outdoor shower stalls. Ekberg drops her soap and Taylor leans under the stall and hands it back to her. Then they have an intimate moment as the both hold on (far too long) to the soap and each others hand. This might seem romantic to two teenagers, but for two, ahem... mature stars, it plays out quite silly.


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