An American travels to India to avenge the murder of his business partner. But on the path to vengeance he discovers both love and responsibility. Stars Jim Brown.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Roy Kenner
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Anasuya
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Henderson
Ricky Cordell ...
Saji
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Tom Jordan
Prem Nath ...
Sandy
Kuljit Singh ...
Young Sikh
Sulochana Latkar ...
Mother Superior (as Sulochana)
Ursula Prince ...
Sister Katherine
Tony North ...
American Friend
Ming Hung ...
Ring Referee
R.P. Wright ...
Gym Owner
Nitin Sethi ...
Customs Officer
Mahendra Jhaveri ...
Young Hindu
G.S. Aasie ...
Shoe Merchant
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An American travels to India to avenge the murder of his business partner. But on the path to vengeance he discovers both love and responsibility. Stars Jim Brown.

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He finds love...and the exotic adventure of his life in exotic Bombay! See more »

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Drama | Mystery

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August 1968 (Singapore)  »

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O Vingador de Bombaim  »

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Just plain awful
22 November 2009 | by (Long Island, New york) – See all my reviews

I see that from the lack of comments that this film does not make the rounds on TV that often. It is not on video nor DVD. I saw this film recently. It was on a tape that I had that was taped from TV many years ago. Now I know why I did not remember this picture. Jim Brown plays an American Sailor who goes to Bombay India, to search for a guy that cheated him out of some money. He gets tangled up with a young boy that is searching for his American father. The acting is horrible and the story makes nearly no sense at all. The photography is so so, but should have been much better. This film was made in 1969 when MGM had changed hands, and the film quality started to lack. This film should remain in the vaults. See it if you are a Jim Brown fan, otherwise beware. * star


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