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The 21st successor to the role of Bengalla's resident superhero must travel to New York to prevent a rich madman from obtaining three magic skulls that would give him the secret to ultimate power. Written by
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Diana's idle-rich acquaintance Jimmy Wells (Jon Tenney) appeared in the earliest installments of the Phantom comic, when the Phantom was still a shadowy figure whose identity and motives had not been revealed. Lee Falk planned to reveal that Jimmy Wells was the Phantom's alter ego, and included several hints to that effect, before settling on the now-familiar back-story of the Phantom as a globe-trotting crime fighter with a centuries-long heritage, and quietly writing Jimmy Wells out of the comic. See more »
When the Phantom climbed through the elevator shaft as the elevator was descending upon him, he clearly went through on his stomach and then his legs.
Then, from the other side he appears that he was on his back and then rolled upward to stand up. The positioning changed as he went through the shaft and is not consistent. See more »
I watched this movie on TV last night and found it great fun.In the best sense of the word.
Old fashioned film making, good guys and bad guys, clearly defined and a good tale, well told. OK there were flaws in there also(mainly the interior set pieces which look like sound stages), but they should be overlooked, as its not a serious film and is not pretending to be anything other than it is. Its a fantasy/adventure film, in the best tradition, the kind they don't make anymore,no special effects, to speak of, but good action, wonderful locations and some good acting, for this genre.
I expect in this day of high tech special effects, it may seem less alluring to the more high tech minded but if your looking for some good old fashioned fun, this is one to watch. Not my favorite film, by any means but worth a look and deserves more than 5 out of 10, I give it 7 and hope somebody enjoys it for what it is, rather than what they feel it should be.
A film for the family to enjoy on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
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