The Secret of Monte Cristo

Overview

In this romantic adventure set in Italy around 1815, a courageous soldier endeavors to find a hidden treasure on the island of Monte Cristo. He then escorts the daughter of a murdered explorer on a quest to find the map they need to locate the loot. The daughter doesn't trust the soldier, but after he kills a few of their foes, she changes her mind. Finally, after many adventures, they find the valuable chest, but upon opening it, they find it to be filled with nothing but chains and ropes as the real treasure ...
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Overview

In this romantic adventure set in Italy around 1815, a courageous soldier endeavors to find a hidden treasure on the island of Monte Cristo. He then escorts the daughter of a murdered explorer on a quest to find the map they need to locate the loot. The daughter doesn't trust the soldier, but after he kills a few of their foes, she changes her mind. Finally, after many adventures, they find the valuable chest, but upon opening it, they find it to be filled with nothing but chains and ropes as the real treasure was aboard a different ship. Somehow the two seekers are not too disappointed as along the way, they have fallen in love. The film is also titled Treasure of Monte Cristo.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/18/2012
  • UPC: 883316648155
  • Original Release: 1961
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 59,242

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rory Calhoun Capt. Adam Corbett
Patricia Bredin Pauline Jackson
John Gregson Renato
Peter Arne Count Boldini
Sam Kydd Albert
Ian Hunter Col. Jackson
David Davies Van Ryman
Francis Matthews Louis Auclair
Tutte Lemkow Gino
George Street English Innkeeper
John Sullivan Jenkins
Tony Thawnton Militia Officer
Bill Cummings Ben
Gianna Maria Canale Lucetta Di Marca
Derek Prentice Groom
Walter Randall Sailor
Michael Balfour Pepe
C. Denier Warren Cafe owner
Technical Credits
Robert S. Baker Director, Cinematographer, Producer
Monty Berman Director, Cinematographer, Producer
Leon Griffiths Screenwriter
Allan Harris Art Director
John Jympson Editor
Muir Mathieson Musical Direction/Supervision
Clifton Parker Score Composer
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