When a benevolent President plans to use the 40 million he has saved to help his country, he entrusts the money to the country's finance minister who is his confidante. But what the ... See full summary »

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Phillipe Pereda
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Presidente Miguel De Varo
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Taldo Kenyon ...
Paulo
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When a benevolent President plans to use the 40 million he has saved to help his country, he entrusts the money to the country's finance minister who is his confidante. But what the President doesn't know is that the minister kept the money for himself and is planning to use its disappearance as a means to have the President removed from office. So IMF must stop the minister but it won't be easy cause the President trusts the man so much that merely telling him what the minister is planning won't be enough. So they try to get the man to implicate himself. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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6 April 1969 (USA)  »

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Barney uses a special device to cut a circular hole out of the vault door. Before he starts cutting the line he will be "cutting" around is clearly visible as a rough and slightly discolored area on the door. This is where the special effect material is hidden. See more »

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Person on Tape: [voice on tape] Good morning, Mr. Phelps. The man you are looking at is Miguel De Varo, the liberal President of Costa Mateo. Recently, De Varo announced a $40 million industrialization program for his country. This program is to be financed solely from funds in the presidential vault. However, this man, Phillipe Pereda, Costa Mateo's Finance Minister, secretly removed the money and deposited it in a Swiss bank. Since it is reputed that the presidential vault can only be opened by ...
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