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Alla ricerca dell'impero sepolto (1987)

Hidden somewhere deep inside a volcano in the mysterious South American mountains lies the legendary lost kingdom of the Incas. And buried in this kingdom is a fabulous treasure of inestimable value....

Director:

Gianfranco Parolini (as Frank Kramer)

Writers:

Gualberto Sanchez Alvino (screenplay) (as G. Sanchez Alvino), Gualberto Sanchez Alvino (as G. Sanchez Alvino) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Bruno Minniti Bruno Minniti ... Inca Man Clifton Bradbury (as Conrad Nichols)
Gianfranco Parolini Gianfranco Parolini ... Prof. Alexis Xristopoulos (as John Francis Scott)
Kelly London Kelly London ... Linda Logan
Ann Karin Ann Karin
Max Laurel Max Laurel ... Machete (as Max G. Laurel)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steve Alcarado Steve Alcarado ... Celeiro
Rago Apollo Rago Apollo ... Executioner
Marilyn Bautista Marilyn Bautista ... Missionary Girl
Jerry Beyer Jerry Beyer ... Lansky's Men
Tony Carreon Tony Carreon
Florence Carvajal Florence Carvajal ... Rose
Sonny Crane Sonny Crane ... Atienza
Ben Imperial Ben Imperial ... Old Quechua Chief
Anna Karin ... Savage
Vassili Karis Vassili Karis ... Angel Lansky (as Vassilli Karis)
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Hidden somewhere deep inside a volcano in the mysterious South American mountains lies the legendary lost kingdom of the Incas. And buried in this kingdom is a fabulous treasure of inestimable value. Enter our hero, complete with buxom bimbo and assorted side-arms. After wading across crocodile-infested rivers, ducking poisoned arrows, and evading hungry head hunters our dynamic duo face their most deadly challenge to keep their fabulous treasure. Written by Jack_Ryan

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It's no longer a secret. The race is on for the most valuable treasure since the Ark was Raided and The Stone Romanced.


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Italy | Philippines

Language:

English | Filipino

Release Date:

December 1987 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Secret of the Incas' Empire See more »

Filming Locations:

Philippines

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Stereo

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Based on the novel "Secret Of The Buried Kingdom" by Gualberto Sanchez. See more »

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It has it's moments.......not a great film, but good 80's style corny fun!
13 September 2004 | by Freddy_LevitSee all my reviews

For those who liked films such as Jewel Of The Nile and The Gods Must Be Crazy, then this is for you.... It has a corny and a great 80's feel to it. You do feel like your on an Adventure, but it never quite reaches its potential for a great film. The premise is good, but the dialog and acting are just sooo poor that it makes you laugh. I don't consider it a classic, but it is a great film to watch on like a rainy Saturday afternoon!!! Now, this movie was made on the cheap - a budget close to nothing when compared to superior films such as the Indiana Jones films, but try not t o take this film so seriously and the film is just plain fun to watch (after a while, you forget about the cheesy acting and dialog).....oh and how could I forget - Kelly London is one of the hottest women I have ever seen (I lusted for her in every scene). Her beauty alone brings so much to the film. Speaking of beauty, I loved the cinematography as well. Aside from that, the music sets the mood pretty well for the whole film too!

In my opinion, this film is fun to watch - mostly because it reminds me just how great the 80's were and my childhood.....and I am a fanatic on Adventure!

Besides, the South American landscape is the ultimate premise for an Adventure film.....

I give this film 6/10 (3 for Kelly London, 1 for the music and 2 for the cinematography)!


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