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The Last Templar 

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An adaptation of Raymond Khoury's novel about a New York archaeologist researching the lost secrets of the medieval Knights Templar.




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Series cast summary:
Joseph Antaki Joseph Antaki ...  Captain Rassoulis 2 episodes, 2009
Christopher Backus ...  Jay CIA Agent 2 episodes, 2009
Danny Blanco Hall Danny Blanco Hall ...  Plunkett 2 episodes, 2009
Adam Bramble Adam Bramble ...  Archbishop of New York 2 episodes, 2009
Jason Cavalier ...  Crackhead 2 episodes, 2009
Patrick John Costello ...  Groom 2 episodes, 2009
Mario Davignon Mario Davignon ...  William of Beaujeu 2 episodes, 2009
Larry Day II Larry Day II ...  Gus Waldron 2 episodes, 2009
Stéphane Demers ...  Knights Templar Martin 2 episodes, 2009
Peter Michael Dillon ...  Cop #1: Officer Johnson 2 episodes, 2009
Andrew Farmer Andrew Farmer ...  Cop 2 episodes, 2009
Claudia Ferri ...  FBI Agent Louisa Acevedo 2 episodes, 2009
Scott Foley ...  Sean Daley 2 episodes, 2009
Stéphane Gagnon ...  Handsome Man 2 episodes, 2009
Victor Garber ...  Monsignor De Angelis 2 episodes, 2009
Christian Grenier Christian Grenier ...  Knights Templay Hugh 2 episodes, 2009
Don Jordan ...  Mayor 2 episodes, 2009
Mark Antony Krupa ...  Branko Petrovic 2 episodes, 2009
Mark Lambert Mark Lambert ...  Ew york cop #2 2 episodes, 2009
Anthony Lemke ...  Clive Edmonston 2 episodes, 2009
Jowanna Lévesque Jowanna Lévesque ...  Mayor's Wife 2 episodes, 2009
Michael Mando ...  Necia First Mate 2 episodes, 2009
Jennifer Marcil ...  Turkish Airlines Employee 2 episodes, 2009
Igor Ovadis ...  Older Man on Plane 2 episodes, 2009
Christian Paul ...  Nick Aparo 2 episodes, 2009
Omar Sharif ...  Konstantine 2 episodes, 2009
Mira Sorvino ...  Tess Chaykin 2 episodes, 2009
Mohamed Ould Soussi Mohamed Ould Soussi ...  Old Turkish Man 2 episodes, 2009
Paul-Antoine Taillefer Paul-Antoine Taillefer ...  KnightsTemplar Aimard 2 episodes, 2009
Elkahna Talbi Elkahna Talbi ...  Turkish Airline Passenger 2 episodes, 2009
Craig Thomas ...  Police Captain 2 episodes, 2009
Ken Tran Ken Tran ...  Martial Arts Instructor 2 episodes, 2009
Vlasta Vrana ...  Taxi Driver 2 episodes, 2009
Kenneth Welsh ...  Bill Vance 2 episodes, 2009
Rebecca Windheim Rebecca Windheim ...  Kim 2 episodes, 2009
Kevin Woodhouse ...  Burly Cop 2 episodes, 2009
Edward Yankie Edward Yankie ...  Mitch Adeson 2 episodes, 2009
Russell Yuen ...  FBI Agent 2 episodes, 2009


During a gala museum event featuring precious Vatican artifacts, a group of men posing as Templar knights stage a daring robbery. Their primary interest is in obtaining a mechanical decoding device that can supposedly decipher the location of the Templar treasure. Archaeologist Tess Chaykin reluctantly works with FBI Agent Sean Daley to uncover the mastermind behind the plot and possibly locate the treasure. Written by garykmcd

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Jay, the CIA Agent, is played by Christopher Backus, who is Mira Sorvino's (who plays Tess Chaykin) real life husband. See more »


Bodrum is one the most popular tourist areas in Turkey, with its light blue beaches. In the movie it's shown as if they are in Saudi Arabia - there's no desert at all in Turkey. See more »


References Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) See more »

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I really could not believe it!!!
13 July 2009 | by dj-nyanaSee all my reviews

Especially the part about Turkey because I am Turkish. Bodrum was shot like some town from the 3rd world, without even knowing the fact that every single person in Bodrum can speak English and I have never ever seen Bodrum like in the film! Bodrum is just more like Santorini,or a calmer Ibiza but definitely not whats like in the film! And moreover has even its own international airport,a museum of underwater archeology, and a lovely Castle of The Knights of St.John. Some Americans really like to show Turkey like a 3rd. world country -which is not- and if its like that,how on hell I know English! God this is sooo ridiculous!!! And all of a sudden she starts to speak in Turkish,which is very hard to understand what she says even for herself! It has almost nothing the same with the novel, I can understand that the producers did their best to keep it brief but, anyway,though I am quite keen on the history of Templar's, I was not expecting to watch such a mess! Sorry guys but this is nonsense!

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Release Date:

26 January 2009 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada See more »

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Dolby Digital



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1.78 : 1
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