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Warlords of Atlantis Details

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Also known as [[Feature~V109539~Seven Cities to Atlantis~sevencitiestoatlantis]], this is a youth-oriented, British-produced adventure fantasy which uses rather ordinary special effects. In Victorian England, an explorer, Greg Collinson ([[Performer~P47043~Doug McClure~dougmcclure]]), leads an unlikely expedition to discover the lost continent of Atlantis. Among the team are scientists Professor Aitken (Donald Boisset) and son Charles ([[Performer~P26998~Peter Gilmore~petergilmore]]). The crew members mutiny, setting their sights on the legendary treasures of Atlantis. The ship is attacked by sea monsters and a giant octopus. Sinking to the bottom of the sea, the explorers find that Atlantis is populated by intelligent beings from another planet who enslave shipwrecked sailors. The aliens' goal is to create a fascist state that will rule the world, and they want to recruit Charles to help them. Delphine ([[Performer~P8633~Lea Brodie~leabrodie]]), the daughter of one of the shipwrecked slaves, helps the heroes find a high priestess, Atsil ([[Performer~P12398~Cyd Charisse~cydcharisse]]), who holds the key to their chances of escaping. ~ Michael Betzold, Rovi

Cast

Doug McClure
as Greg Collinson
Peter Gilmore
as Charles Aitken
Shane Rimmer
as Capt. Daniels
Lea Brodie
as Dephine Briggs
Michael Gothard
as Atmir
Hal Galili
as Grogan
Cyd Charisse
as Atsil
John Ratzenberger
as Fenn
Derry Power
as Jacko
Donald Bisset
as Prof. Aitken
Robert Brown
as Briggs
Daniel Massey
as Atraxon

Crew

Kevin Connor
Director
John Dark
Producer
Brian Hayles
Screenwriter
Alan Hume
Cinematographer
Mike Vickers
Composer (Music Score)
John Bloom
Editor
Bill Blunden
Editor
Jack Maxsted
Art Director
Ken Barker
Sound/Sound Designer
Roger Dicken
Special Effects
John Richardson
Special Effects
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