High Adventure Trailer

High Adventure Trailer (2001)

21 August 2001 Adventure, Action 90 mins

Petit-fils du célèbre explorateur Allan Quaterman, Chris Quaterman ne vit que pour l'aventure. Riche et séduisant,décontacté et déterminé, il se lance au péril de sa vie et celles de ses compagnons sur les traces du trésor d'Alexandre Le Grand. Une entreprise d'autant plus périlleuse qu'il n'est pas le seul à suivre une piste piégée qui mène au bouclier, au casque et à l'épée du plus grand conquérant de l'antiquité ...

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Thomas Ian Griffith

as Chris Quartermain

Harry Peacock

as Johnny Ford

Götz Otto

as Sarkhan

Anja Kling

as Hope Gruner

Kendra Torgan

as Karol Lorenzo

International Titles

Quatermain - Der Schatz von Alexander dem Großen Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 21 August 2001

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