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Treasure of the Ages 

Using technology from the future, temporal fugitive Frank Haskall attempts to find ancient treasure lost at sea, but things become complicated when not only he discovers Darien is on his ... See full summary »

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Noah
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Frank Haskall (as Edward Laurence Albert)
Lise Hilboldt ...
Mary
Tim Robertson ...
Joe The Sheriff
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Tanika Gordon ...
New Born Baby
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Using technology from the future, temporal fugitive Frank Haskall attempts to find ancient treasure lost at sea, but things become complicated when not only he discovers Darien is on his trail but that they are both stuck in a powerful hurricane making landfall. Written by Reviewer Submittal Section

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Having stabbed his helper in the stomach under water, not only would the blood have not cleared out to quickly in seconds, but it would have continued bleeding from the entry point and this there would have been a continued bloom of blood in the water, yet there is not. See more »

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Darien Lambert: [lowering the newspaper in frustration] Cubs lost again.
Selma: They do that a lot, captain. Why don't you try following another team?
Darien Lambert: No, Selma, I'll stick with the Cubbies for the next one-hundred and fifty-five years, which is when they *will* win a pennant.
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