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Fenomenal and the Treasure of Tutankamen (1968)

Fenomenal e il tesoro di Tutankamen (original title)
A masked superhero searches for a magical golden relic while trying to prevent the plundering of an Egyptian tomb.

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(as Roger Rockefeller)

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(idea), (scenario)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mauro Parenti ...
Count Guy Norton, 'Fenomenal' (as Mauro Nicola Parenti)
Lucretia Love ...
Mike Shevlove
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Gregory Falco
John Karlsen ...
Professor Micklewitz
Carla Romanelli ...
Anna Giomet
Cyrus Elias ...
Julien
Charles Miller ...
Gresaunee
Mario Cecchi ...
Dorian
Agostino De Simone ...
Lord Baxter
Teresa Petrangeli
Spartaco Battisti ...
Jean aka Philippe
Bernardo Bruno
Mario De Rosa
Pieraldo Ferrante ...
Inspector Beauvais
Enrico Marciani ...
Georges
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A masked superhero searches for a magical golden relic while trying to prevent the plundering of an Egyptian tomb.

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Release Date:

4 March 1968 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Action Man  »

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Sound Mix:

(Westrex Recording System)

Color:

(Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Hideous 60's superhero euro-trash!
22 April 2000 | by (Seattle, Washington) – See all my reviews

With an international cast and Deodato directing this 1967 superhero film it can't possibly go wrong, but it did! The superhero is a laughing dude with wool stocking over his head (I don't know how he could see-thru with a holeless mask!). He laughs like Diabolik, and on the video box, he looks like Superargo, but in reality he comes off as a cat burglar! Bulk of the film consist of not our crime fighter but rather the thieves double crossing each other and killing each other over some king tut mask then our hero solving the crime. Fenomenal appears in the beginning scene (pre credit) battle some drug runners, as that really grabbed my attention more than DIABOLIK's pre-credit sequence, only for him to not appear for more than 30 minutes!! The movie runs so slow that it almost put me to sleep. Catchy pop tune helps, but the fight sequence is lame (save for the pre-credit fight scene). One of the worst ending you'll ever see in a 60's retro-italian film. Look for the late action star Maruzio Melli in a small part. Not recommeneded. Very disapponted.


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