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During World War II, a small German squadron was assigned the task of carrying a shipment of Nazi gold across the African desert. Along the way, the squadron was ambushed by the Allies, and only one American soldier, Robert, survived. Years later, Robert tells his story to a German treasure hunter named Kurt, who promptly murders him. Robert's son, upon learning of his father's death, vows to travel to Africa and find the lost gold himself. While the desert is hazardous enough by itself, the dangers lurking around this oasis are more than any of the treasure hunters ever imagined. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Great idea, poor execution and another waste of perfectly good Nazi Zombies (see 'Zombie Lake'). Once again there's zero gore...just some blood smeared around and as for the zombies...well, this time they just looked like a bunch of shaggy haired burn victims. This was basically the same movie as 'Zombie Lake' but without the nudity. It does, however, have lots of stock footage from some desert World War II movie...which is pointless to point out except I'm supposed to provide at least ten lines in my comment. I could also point out that the Sheik didn't look old enough to be either his grandson's grandfather or even his daughter's father in the flashbacks.
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