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Called "Fine Gold" in English. This is really awful stuff - filmed in Spain its a Spanish/US co- production. A cross between "Falcons Crest" and "Dallas" with all the highlights cut down to an hour an a half this looks like a would be TV pilot. In fact every twist and turn crammed into a couple of seasons of Mega soaps like "Dallas" are condensed into this not convincing and badly scripted ( read horribly clichéd) film.
The story is about two wine growing families (dynasties) in Spain and the search for the perfect sherry(?) called Oro Fino (Fine Gold).
The acting is bearable. I watched it because I love Stewart Granger - but he didn't have much to do. Andrew Stevens was awful as was Jane Badler and Tia Carrere ( who took off her clothes .... surprise surprise ... but it's still pretty tame). Ray Walston plays a strange little wine expert character called "Corkscrew" and it seems his character was written in because he was around the set..... although I supposes he is the conscience character and the voice of reason.... Corkscrew the voice of reason ???
Pretty bad on any level.
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