Deep Trouble Trailer

Deep Trouble Trailer (1993)

22 May 1993 Thriller 85 mins

Charles Madigan visits Alice, to tell her that her father died in an accident while the two professional treasure hunters were diving at the coast of Gibraltar. Whilst practicing, Madigan finds a car wreck underwater with recently stolen diamonds in it, which he keeps. This gets him the attention of the gangster Arman Campana and finally lets him find out the truth about his friend's death. He tries to win police officer Paul Valence - who's competing with him for Alice's love - to help him use the diamonds in his revenge.

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Cast

Robert Wagner

as Charles Madigan

Isabelle Pasco

as Alice Villion

Jean-Yves Berteloot

as Paul Valence

Ben Cross

as Campagna

International Releases Dates

France 22 May 1993

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