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Treasure of the Four Crowns (1983)

El tesoro de las cuatro coronas (original title)
A group of adventurers are gathered together to retrieve some mystical gems which are in the possession of a deadly cult.

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Ferdinando Baldi
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Cast overview:
Tony Anthony ... J.T. Striker
Ana Obregón ... Liz (as Ana Obregon)
Gene Quintano ... Edmond
Jerry Lazarus Jerry Lazarus ... Rick
Francisco Rabal ... Sócrates
Emiliano Redondo ... Brother Jonas
Fernando Villena Fernando Villena ... Professor Montgomery (as Francisco Villena)
Kate Levan Kate Levan ... Possessed Woman
Lewis Gordon Lewis Gordon ... Popo
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A group of adventurers are gathered together to retrieve some mystical gems which are in the possession of a deadly cult.

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Adventure | Fantasy

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Spain | USA | Italy

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English | Spanish | Italian

Release Date:

21 January 1983 (USA) See more »

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Treasure of the Four Crowns See more »

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Madrid, Spain See more »

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ESP 2,000,000 (estimated)
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Dolby

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Color (Metrocolor)

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2.35 : 1
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This film was rushed into production by Cannon Films, Inc. after the runaway success of "Comin' At Ya!", another 3D film by the same producers. It was released as the 1983 3D era was coming to an end. See more »

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The super-sensitive floor is a key plot device, but when a hat is dropped on it, the alarm doesn't go off. See more »

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Referenced in The Children of Times Square (1986) See more »

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Castle of Evil
Written by Ennio Morricone
Performed by Ennio Morricone
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A Tale of Adventure, Romance, and FOUR...No Wait..TWO CROWNS
7 April 2006 | by FlyingWoodchuckSee all my reviews

Treasure of the Four Crown in 3-D is the heartwarming story of a man suffering from impotency (Tony Anthony) who races through Southern California with the government closing in. A hypnotist (Ana Obregon) reluctantly helps in the daring plot. Gene Quintano disturbs in the role of fetishist "Edmond". While the performances are rather uneven overall, you won't forget Kate Levan in her breakout role as "Possessed Woman".

The film though cannot be fully appreciated unless viewed in 3-D. Only then do the strings attached to the "floating key" and the fact that there's only two crowns shown in the movie (though a third is briefly mentioned) truly jump out a come alive for the viewer.


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