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Robert Caine (Kirk Douglas) is an American entrpeneur and businessman who is finally seeing his lifes biggest ambition realized- the building of a nuclear power plant in an Arab state. But those involved in the project start dying violent deaths. Why? A priest manages to offer Caine the most rational explaination...
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Robert Caine (Kirk Douglas) is an American entrpeneur and businessman who is finally seeing his lifes biggest ambition realized- the building of a nuclear power plant in an Arab state. But those involved in the project start dying violent deaths. Why? A priest manages to offer Caine the most rational explaination: Caine's son Nigel (Simon Ward) is the Antichrist who wants to use nuclear weapons to annihilate the world; and to make matters worse, Caine's sexy girlfriend (Agostina Belli) is pregnant with another potential devil's child.
|AKA:||Rain of Fire|
|Director:||Alberto De Martino|
|Starring:||Kirk Douglas Simon Ward Agostina Belli Anthony Quayle Virginia McKenna Spiros Focás Ivo Garrani|
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