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Caboblanco (1980)

In 1948, an assortment of shady characters are searching for Nazi loot, sunken off the coast of Peru.

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Hera
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Horst
James Booth ...
John Baker
Jorge Russek ...
Provincial Minister
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Lorrimer
Ernest Esparza III ...
Pepe (as Ernest Esparza)
José Chávez ...
Bustamante
Carlos Romano ...
Miguel
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Aparicio
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Storyline

Offshore near Caboblanco, Peru, an explorer of sea wrecks is murdered. However, local authorities decide that the official cause of death is "accidental drowning." Among the skeptical is Giff Hoyt, an expatriate American, longtime Caboblanco resident and popular innkeeper. Giff's interest is further piqued when Marie arrives in town. Her passport is confiscated by the corrupt authority, and Giff protests. Furthermore, a Nazi named Beckdorff lives in a well-fortified compound near town, and he might be responsible for the explorer's death. Beckdorff himself seeks sunken treasure in the area, as well as protection from local interference. Can Giff Hoyt stifle the evil Beckdorff, save the lovely Marie, and possibly even locate sunken treasure? Written by veloc <velo_00@yahoo.com>

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An epic adventure that explodes at the edge of the world. See more »


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1 February 1981 (USA)  »

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Cabo Blanco  »

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$10,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Curd Jürgens was also considered to play Gunther Beckdorff. See more »

Goofs

When the diving device is raised from the deck(at around 3 mins), the winch is rotating in the wrong direction, and when the capsule is lowered into the water, the rotating direction is the same as when lifting. See more »

Quotes

Gifford Hoyt: I don't want that girl to die here like the Englishman.
Gunther Beckdorff: How can I be responsible, whether she lives or dies? Death comes to us all, Giff, at one time or another. And to die in Caboblanco, well... there's always that colorful cemetery on the beach.
Gifford Hoyt: I'm glad you think it's colorful. Because if anything does happen to that girl... rest in piece.
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Connections

Featured in The Legend of Cabo Blanco (2016) See more »

Soundtracks

The Very Thought Of You
Sung by Nat 'King' Cole
Composed by Ray Noble
Published by Warner Bros Music, a division of Warner Bros, Inc.
Courtesy of Capitol Records
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'Casa' Blanco
19 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Judging solely from the cool poster art (featuring a mean looking Bronson with a .357 magnum in hand) I expected a gritty 70s/80s style crime flick with the main twist being that it's set in a tropical Latin American location instead of the typical NYC or LA. Instead what we get is a 1940s era neo-noir with shades of 'Casablanca'. I guess I would have been fine with that as it would have been an interesting change of pace for a Bronson flick (so long as it were accompanied by plenty of hard-hitting action). However whatever potential this film had quickly deteriorates as the plot becomes nothing more than a lame, slow paced, sunken treasure movie.

Highlights include a few creative(though underwhelming) action scenes, topless Latina chicks, and appearances by Fernando Rey and Jason Robards (who isn't very convincing as a German expatriate). Even a cameo by a talking parrot can't save it. Avoid.


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