Wildlife photographer Terry and her brother Art go to Venezuela for a photo shoot. They hire Jim Pendrake to guide them through the jungle. However, the trio run afoul of evil local hunter Caribe.

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Cast

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Jim Pendrake
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Terry Greene
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Art Greene
John Villegas ...
Juan
Julie Teca ...
Girl
Ernie Fracis ...
Diamond Miner
Miguel Berzares ...
Miguel
Andres Delgado ...
Bartender
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Wildlife photographer Terry and her brother Art go to Venezuela for a photo shoot. They hire Jim Pendrake to guide them through the jungle. However, the trio run afoul of evil local hunter Caribe.

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Two Wildlife Photographers. A Homicidal Hunter. A Head Start. See more »

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Drama | Thriller

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PG | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

8 November 1972 (USA)  »

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Caribe  »

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1.85 : 1
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Goofs

Obvious fake head of Caribe drowning. See more »

Quotes

[After their race, that Caribe won]
Art Greene: Congratulations, Caribe.
Caribe: Another try?
Jim Pendrake: No, thanks.
Caribe: So, who wants to see the diamonds now?
Art Greene: Terry, do you wanna see diamonds?
Terry: Not only see them, I want to make pictures of them, my Dear!
Caribe: I'll meet you in half an hour!
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Soundtracks

Love All Things That Love the Sun
Written and Sung by Jim Stein
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Peter Brown and William Smith at their best
11 August 2001 | by (Halifax, Virginia) – See all my reviews

William Smith and Peter Brown together again, playing opposite of each other, Smith as the all around bad guy and Peter as the sexy guide. A must see movie for their fans. Lots of beautiful scenery as it was filmed on location.


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