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Allan Quatermain and the Temple of Skulls (2008)

Allan Quatermain has been recruited to lead an expedition in search of a fabled treasure, deep within Africa. He must avoid hidden dangers.

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Plot unknown. Described as a new take on the classic Allan Quatermain character.

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Allan Quatermain
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Anisley Hartford
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Lady Anna Heresford
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Sir Henry Curtis
Wittly Jourdan ...
Umbopa
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Neville Heresford
Thomas Fakude ...
King Twala
Mzuza ...
Gagool
Phiwayinkosi Gumede ...
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Mduduz Nxumalo ...
Scragga
Mfafa Msimango ...
Bhekizizwe
Xolisile Khanyile ...
Nonkululeko
Nomkhosi Mthiyane ...
Nkosazana
Mpume Mthiyane ...
Sizwe
Kende Gamede ...
Mhambi
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Allan Quatermain has been recruited to lead an expedition in search of a fabled treasure, deep within Africa. He must avoid hidden dangers.

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History's greatest treasure, Protected by the world's most dangerous land.


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Rated R for some nudity | See all certifications »

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Alan Kvotermejn i hram lobanja  »

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$50,000 (estimated)
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This film was made on a budget of less than US$50,000. See more »

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When Lady Anna is in the bath asking Allan to throw her something to cover up, at one point the camera angle reveals that she already has something wrapped around her body, and lingers on it long enough for the viewer to read the owner's name, which is Sharpie'd on one corner. See more »

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Version of King Solomon's Mines (1986) See more »

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A potentially great film, with an obvious error in the film.
13 October 2008 | by See all my reviews

First let's look at the error. In the scene when Lady Anna and Allan Quatermain are leaving the bathroom, if you look at the wall behind them you will see a motion detector. Guess they forgot to cover that one up. It even blinks as they move through the hall way. The movie has a good story line. However, I do not think they had the budget to make it a really good movie. Some of the special effects are not smooth. The women in the tribe have very colorful neck dresses, wonder if they were made from Michaels or Wal-mart beads. When the villain and Quartermain have fight scenes, you can tell they were not well rehearsed. Also, I you look at the motor car that Sir Henry hides up after the train disappears going backwards on the rails, notice the front plate of the rail car. It is a Wickham Rail plate which is used in Australia. Wonder how Africa got one of those?


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