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Thirteen Days to Die (1965)

Der Fluch des schwarzen Rubin (original title)
Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 11 August 1965 (France)
Spy chase after the secret formula for uranium, U92, employing various sci-fi gadgetry, and physical violence.

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Thomas Alder ... Rolf Torring
... Hans Warren
Serge Nubret ... Pongo
Metta Rungrat ... Chitra (as Chitra Ratana)
Carlo Tamberlani ... Barrington
Jacques Bézard ... Francis
... Perkins
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Spy chase after the secret formula for uranium, U92, employing various sci-fi gadgetry, and physical violence.

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Referenced in Horst Frank - Der Flußpirat vom Mississippi (2010) See more »

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PLENTY OF UNINTENTIONAL LAUGHS
31 May 1999 | by See all my reviews

Mediocre but especially very cheap, poor man's version of The Saint with plenty of scenes for an unintentional laugh and an almost irrelevant story. Not only the characters, also the two male leads Thomas Alder and Peter Carsten are card-board. The only one who gives its character some body is Horst Frank, but strangely enough it seemed to me that his voice was dubbed. The story takes place in Thailand, and that means that the viewer on several moments has to sit out extended folklore parades and dances inclusive in-depth touristic explanations of what is shown!; the story simply stops during this.


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