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South Seas (1974)

Hunky Troy Donahue accidentally kills the brother of this black lawman and is captured by him on a cruise ship. Vicious, rape-happy pirates loot the ship but the two, cuffed together, escape to a remote unheard of island.

Director:

Pablo Santiago

Writer:

Leo Martinez
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Cast

Credited cast:
Troy Donahue ... Steve
Vic Vargas Vic Vargas
Junero Jennings Junero Jennings
Eva Reyes Eva Reyes
Eddie Garcia
Van De Leon Van De Leon
Rodolfo 'Boy' Garcia Rodolfo 'Boy' Garcia
Jose Romulo Jose Romulo
Vic Silayan Vic Silayan
Daria Ramirez
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ponching Adriano Ponching Adriano ... Native
Eddie Albert Eddie Albert ... Pirate
Lito Anzures Lito Anzures ... Pirate
Nestor Brillantes Nestor Brillantes ... Native
Benny Caraya Benny Caraya ... Native
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Hunky Troy Donahue accidentally kills the brother of this black lawman and is captured by him on a cruise ship. Vicious, rape-happy pirates loot the ship but the two, cuffed together, escape to a remote unheard of island.

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Donahue meets bloody pirates from Philipino island
11 November 1999 | by Dr BisSee all my reviews

Unknown from most written sources, this mysterious production is available on video in France and this is how I manage to tell you more about it. The film is here (in France) signed by Meir Zarchi who is more well known for his gore classic DAY OF THE WOMAN. Apparently he bought the foreign rights for this gory action film and the video distributor confused the word "directed by" with distributed by. Professionaly shot on real island locations the film is a good mix of action and "travelog" ranting and Troy Donahue shouldn't be so ashamed to "forget" this film on his résumé. The pirates are quite effective as rambling sadistic rapists and gorehounds should find their ration of thrills after standing the local dancing ceremonies.


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Country:

Philippines

Language:

Filipino | Tagalog

Release Date:

19 September 1974 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

Le massacre des mers du Sud See more »

Filming Locations:

Philippines

Company Credits

Production Co:

Roda Film Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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