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Jack Hunter and the Star of Heaven 

Jack Hunter realizes the pharaoh's tomb being empty except for a Roman coin means the treasure was looted to Rome but later probably transferred the the new, Byzantine capital, ... See full summary »


Terry Cunningham


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Episode credited cast:
Ivan Sergei ... Jack Hunter
Joanne Kelly ... Nadia Ramadan
Thure Riefenstein ... Albert Littmann
Mario Naim Bassil Mario Naim Bassil ... Tariq (as Mario Bassil)
Susan Ward ... Liz
Mert Yavuzcan ... Fuad Antaki
Teoman Kumbaracibasi ... Petrovsky
Fatih Haciosmanoglu Fatih Haciosmanoglu ... Inspector Fatih
Mehmet Polat Mehmet Polat ... Doridanov
Michael Halphie Michael Halphie ... Armen Antaki
Esin Eden Esin Eden ... Widow
Tansu Biçer Tansu Biçer ... Monk
Silay Ünal Silay Ünal ... Young woman
Lilie Lossen Lilie Lossen ... Nun
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Birol Tarkan Yildiz ... Berndt


Jack Hunter realizes the pharaoh's tomb being empty except for a Roman coin means the treasure was looted to Rome but later probably transferred the the new, Byzantine capital, Constantinople. There the NSA reunites him with Nadia and Tariq, mainly as cover, to prevent the mighty combined weapon falling into criminal hands. Russian mob king Petrvosky increases the pressure on Littman. each side count on Nadia's lover, Fuad Antaki, son of the Turkish antiquarian Armen Antaki, who once sold the Star of Osiris, which now traces to a Konya convent. Written by KGF Vissers

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English | German

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6 January 2009 (Italy) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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When Hunter, Ramadan and Tariq are breaking out of the cage by twisting the chain, a key in the padlock securing the door appears and disappears. See more »

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Lively but terrible
17 July 2015 | by Leofwine_dracaSee all my reviews

JACK HUNTER: THE STAR OF HEAVEN is the last of the three made-for-TV movies starring Ivan Sergei as everybody's least favourite Indiana Jones rip-off. This one's slightly more lively than the previous - terrible - instalment in the trilogy, JACK HUNTER: THE QUEST FOR AKHENATAN'S TOMB, but that doesn't make it anywhere approaching good.

Hunter and his chums are back, attempting to solve the mystery of a plundered tomb in their search for an ancient magical artifact. This time around, the Russian mob are also involved in the search, so we get a nonsensical storyline padded out with various inept chase sequences. The stunts seem to always be cheesily handled by director Terry Cunningham, although that's nothing compared to the ineptitude of the special effects team; just wait until you see that CGI lava!

THE STAR OF HEAVEN contains a mixture of wooden and embarrassing performances across the board, a general tired seen-it-all-before air of nonchalance, and little reason to watch for all but the most enthusiastic of B-movie veterans.

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