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El tesoro de Morgan (1971)

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Magda Rossini
Agustín Martínez Solares ...
Julián Llaguno
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Dalia
Anita Villalaz ...
Doña Lucero
Eduardo Sampson ...
Private Detective 'Chelo' Gomez
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John Bell
Blanquita Casanova ...
Mother Superior
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Kung-Fu Instructor
José García de la Torre
Enrique Jaén ...
Abusive Husband
Lincoln Macleod ...
Black Hunk
Armando Roblan ...
Hotel Manager
Armando Sotomayor ...
Major's Secretary
Mireya Uribe ...
Pregnant Woman
Alberto Vergara
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Interesting plot and some good jokes
22 April 2006 | by (Panama) – See all my reviews

It has been the first and oldest movie whose main topic is the search of a Morgan's pirate treasure, totally filmed in Panama. I can recognize the Central Avenue of Panama in that scene where Magda is persecuted by the bad boys and I loved to see my own country in a film. Well, the script was not perfect but at least there were many good jokes specially from the private detective. Even there were a couple of songs performed by the main characters. Anita Villalaz had a good performance, so I am proud of being from Panama like her. And the foes were a classic trio looking for the treasure of Morgan hidden in an island in the Pacific. Well, I wish there were movies like this in my country, perhaps with a better plot.


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