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Randolph Scott (story)
Randolph Scott (written by)
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When wealthy treasure hunter Cara Loft is delivered an invitation to meet renowned art collector Dr... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Lauren Hays ... Cara Loft
Annie Body ... Milla/Statue Priestess 2
Roland Lanza ... Dylan/Dr. Scrotus

Antoinette Abbott ... Natasha
Christopher St. James ... Scrotus' Henchman 1/Prince's Guard 2
Randolph Scott ... Prince's Guard 1
Mercedes Bin ... Servant Harem Girl
Gustavo Cardenas ... Desert Prince
Crystal White ... Harem Girl 1/Statue Priestess 1

Sirena Scott ... Harem Girl 2
Shalimar Another ... Zulu Warrioress (as Shallmar)
John Bakula ... Tibetan Guide
Ron Reihel ... Scrotus' Henchman 2
Tony Lanfield ... Lord Loft

Directed by
Randolph Scott 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Roland Lanza  story
Randolph Scott  story
Randolph Scott  written by

Produced by
Roger Barber .... executive producer
Gail Fyfe .... associate producer
Denise Khoury .... associate producer
L.R. Lanza .... co-executive producer
Roland Lanza .... producer
Eric McLeod .... co-executive producer
Justin Quan .... executive producer
Richard V. Randle .... co-executive producer
Sean Rickman .... associate producer
Randolph Scott .... producer
Christopher St. James .... producer
 
Original Music by
Randolph Scott 
 
Cinematography by
Roland Lanza 
 
Film Editing by
Roland Lanza 
Randolph Scott 
 
Art Direction by
Randolph Scott 
 
Makeup Department
Marie Lanza .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Randolph Kret .... post-production supervisor
Randolph Scott .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Roland Lanza .... first assistant director
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Randolph Scott .... still photographer
 

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Rated R for strong sexuality and pervasive nudity
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USA:90 min
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Due to financial and logistical deadlines the Producers were forced to shoot the film during the winter, making outdoor shooting conditions extremely uncomfortable, with the exception of desert locations, which were unusually perfect.See more »
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Referenced in The Sex Movie (2006)See more »
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17 out of 28 people found the following review useful.
HOT HOT HOT, 5 December 2004
Author: (claymation69) from Billings, MT

OK, the guys who made this movie knew what they were doing, and with a larger budget I wonder what kind of movies they really could make. The cinematography is fantastic (equal to grade A movies). The editing is extremely well done (shots fade and clip to other shots smoothly and follow music well.)

Grade B should not me low budget or bad...humour is a definite plus when making a b movie.

I think this movie was designed to be a B movie because these film makers could easily pull off an A style movie.

This movie is up to par with another independent favorite: Evil Dead.

However, if you're looking for hard core, you might be disappointed. This movie does not have spread eagle leg shots or penetration showing. (Im a huge fan of that, but since the scenes were sooooooo hot, I did not mind sitting through and watching this film from beginning to ending)

GET THIS MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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