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Hell of Borneo (1967)

A wealthy mercenary lives in blissful solitude on his private island in the Philippines, until it's invaded by pirates, mobsters, and smugglers.

Director:

George Montgomery

Writer:

Ferde Grofé Jr. (as Ferdie Grofe Jr)
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Cast

Credited cast:
George Montgomery ... John Dirkson
Julie Gregg ... Marjorie Bellflower
Torin Thatcher ... Mr. Bellflower
Liza Moreno Liza Moreno ... Maria Vargas
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Cramer George Cramer
Vic Diaz
Michael Du Pont Michael Du Pont ... (as Michael Dupont)
Henry Duval Henry Duval
Pedro Faustino Pedro Faustino
Armando Grisola Armando Grisola
Albert Jurado Albert Jurado
Danilo Jurado Danilo Jurado ... (as Danny Jurado)
Diki Lerner Diki Lerner ... Ahmed
Vicente Liwanag Vicente Liwanag
Don MacLaughlin ... (as Don McLaughlin)
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A wealthy mercenary lives in blissful solitude on his private island in the Philippines, until it's invaded by pirates, mobsters, and smugglers.

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Adventure

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 December 1967 (Norway) See more »

Also Known As:

From Hell to Borneo See more »

Filming Locations:

Philippines

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Web Foot Waddle
by Sid Wayne and Sharon Silbert
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Flat, to put it kindly
15 November 2014 | by Wizard-8See all my reviews

George Montgomery must have really been passionate about this project, because not only did he star in it, he co-wrote the screenplay, acted as a producer, and sat in the director's chair. It doesn't take long upon watching the movie, however, to wonder why Montgomery put in so much work in this vanity film. It's one of the most boring movies I've seen in quite some time. There's almost no action in the first half of the movie, and while the second half does provide moments that (barely) qualify as action sequences, the action is incompetently directed so that there is absolutely no excitement generated. The rest of the movie mostly consists of dull talk, with the exception of a bizarre musical number concerning ducks (!) Apparently Montgomery himself seems to have sensed he was in a turkey, since his performance here absolutely lacks any color. Nothing worth seeing here, folks.


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