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The Scarlet Avenger (2001)

The Scarlet Avenger starring Richard Hardacre, Christopher Shyer, and Martine Rochon. Casablanca, World War II...Masked superhero, 'The Scarlet Avenger', battles the Nazis and his evil arch nemesis, 'The Skull', to rescue his lady friend and save the world!




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Cast overview:
... The Scarlet Avenger / Spencer Whitney
... The Skull / Schuler
Martine Rochon ... Julianne Lafontaine
Anthony Paton ... Captain Dupuis / Adenauer
Robin Blake ... Bucky
Stan Channing ... Krenz


In World War II, in Casablanca, The Skull orders the German agent Schuler to abduct the French spy Julianne to disclose the location of The Scroll of the Death, a powerful force that provides the ultimate power to its owner raising an army of dead. The Scarlet Avenger, a.k.a. Spencer Whitner, sends his sidekick Bucky to the French Embassy to retrieve the scroll. However, Bucky and Captain Dupuis are subdued by Schuler that leave them tied to a chair with a bomb. Meanwhile, Julianne is interrogated by the Nazis and The Skull. Will The Scarlet Avenger arrive in time to save Bucky from the explosion and Julianne from the claws of The Skull? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Short | Adventure





Release Date:

17 May 2008 (USA)  »

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CAD 12,000 (estimated)
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(16 mm version)

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1.85 : 1
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Really, really enjoyable
22 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

I'm not very good at reviewing so here's a quick rating from me. I was actually rather surprised at how good this short film was! The acting was great, the script was great and the whole picture was awesome! I loved the Indiana Jones-esque theme running throughout. One small nit-pick here, and I know it was only 20 minutes long, but I would liked to have seen more of the characters who were tied up from the beginning of the film- Bucky and the french bloke (I'm sorry, I don't remember his name), because they seemed really interesting and likable. Overall, an unexpectedly great short film from these students and I give the film a score of 8 out of 10.

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