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Die grosse Treibjagd (1968)

M  |   |  Action, Adventure, Drama  |  1969 (USA)
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After the war in Congo, two mercenaries take a mission to safeguard uranium transportation in a South American jungle, fighting bandits and local miners.

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(as Dieter Müller)

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Cast

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Mark / Marco Anderson
Pascale Petit ...
Maria
Günther Stoll ...
Man in Black
George Rigaud ...
Manuel de Lagos
Inma de Santis ...
Isabel
Vicente Roca ...
Gomez
Carl Möhner ...
Steinmann
Piero Sciumè ...
Felipe (as Pier G. Sciume)
Salvatore Basile
Tomás Torres
Mel Welles
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After the war in Congo, two mercenaries take a mission to safeguard uranium transportation in a South American jungle, fighting bandits and local miners.

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1969 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Last Mercenary  »

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ESP 16,121,191 (Spain)
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Expendable and forgettable but...

I expected to see a sort of MERCENARIES, remember, the Jack Cardiff's masterpiece, starring Rod Taylor and Jim Brown.

Of course, I was disappointed. Directing and shooting are awful. But it's not the worst European productions from this time, the late sixties...The director, Dieter Müller, I have never heard of him. Perhaps he made something else. I don't know. But this movie gives us some good sequences, touching, for instance when the little girl - perhaps the most interesting character of the feature, dies. We don't expect that. And the very ending, between Ray Danton and Pascal Petit, we don't expect that either. These are the only two things that are not predictable in the film. One more thing, the shooting took place in Germany, not in Brazil....

For the rest, nothing to keep in mind in this story of a mercenary who is recruited by a diamond mine owner to protect his property against a bunch of villains. Nothing at all.

So, in resume, if you are careful, you can find some interesting things in this movie. But no more.


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