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Hunt for the Golden Scorpion

Early ninties jungle adventure. In the deepest, most remote part of the Amazon, a treasure is hidden! A treasure so valuable that men would kill for it, women would almost have to undress for it, and entire militaries would be destroyed by four people, including a Lebanese treasure hunter, for it!

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Early ninties jungle adventure. In the deepest, most remote part of the Amazon, a treasure is hidden! A treasure so valuable that men would kill for it, women would almost have to undress for it, and entire militaries would be destroyed by four people, including a Lebanese treasure hunter, for it! It is an object so chock full of golden awesomeness that an elaborate death trap guards its resting place! Wait minute, this is an Umberto Lenzi movie starring Andy Forest. Scratch "elaborate death trap" and substitute "one poisonous snake" in its place!

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AKA:Caccia allo scorpione d'oro
Director:Umberto Lenzi
Year:1991
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:8.5
Video Quality:8.5

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