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In Gold We Trust (1990)

Story about a group of commandos trying to retrieve some gold, which is stored in a NASA capsule. During the operation, they confront another commando group led by two evil mercenaries (one... See full summary »

Director:

Chalong Pakdeevijit (as Philip Chalong)

Writers:

Buncherd Dhawee (screenplay), Norman Puemin (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jan-Michael Vincent ... Oliver Moss
Sam J. Jones ... Jeff Slater
Michi McGee Michi McGee ... Sal-Kam
Sherrie Rose ... Debbie
Robert Cespedes Robert Cespedes ... George
Nappon Gomarachun Nappon Gomarachun ... Col. Lavia
Christoph Klüppel Christoph Klüppel ... Christoph
Senior Gomarachun Senior Gomarachun ... Gen. Prutong
Herb 'Superb' Jones Herb 'Superb' Jones ... Buck
Alan Chedester Alan Chedester ... Lockhart (as Maj. Alan Chedester)
Dean Alexander Dean Alexander ... Junior
Guy L. Lyndar Guy L. Lyndar ... Mark
Rith Luecha Rith Luecha ... Summal
Donald L. Davis Donald L. Davis ... Otis
Bill Bremner ... MIA #1 - Photographer
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Storyline

Story about a group of commandos trying to retrieve some gold, which is stored in a NASA capsule. During the operation, they confront another commando group led by two evil mercenaries (one of them a Communist called Kristoff) and a batallion of Japanese soldiers who are unaware that WWII is over. Written by Marko Parabucki <vida.marko@eunet.si>

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Filmed back-to-back with The Lost Idol. See more »

Goofs

At the end of the film, Oliver Moss rips off his dog tags. He then walks back into the camp and he is still wearing them round his neck. See more »

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Key Grip - Elephant Man. See more »

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American mercenaries try to recover gold before the rebels do.
22 April 2002 | by jimruxinSee all my reviews

This movie was originally conceived and written by Thai producers. An American producer kicked in some financing to upgrade the cast. The script did not change, so the bones of the film are pretty ridiculous but the military effects are quite good, as is the cinematography. Of particular note is the crisper editing done for the American version and the score, which musically distinguishes between three ethnically diverse elements, Thai soldiers, ethnic Hmong and American mercenaries. A fine Hollywood gloss was put on a foreign exploitation film.


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Country:

France | Thailand

Language:

English

Release Date:

1990 (Thailand) See more »

Also Known As:

Gold of the Samurai See more »

Filming Locations:

Thailand

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Mono

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Color
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