Allan Quatermain: King Solomon's Mines / Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold Double Feature (1985-1987) R1 Custom Cover

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King Solomon’s Mines

Camp and cult fans may get a few laughs from this tongue-in-cheek version of the classic H. Rider Haggard adventure novel from ’80s low-budget outfit Cannon Films. Richard Chamberlain gives a pun-prone take on Great White Hunter Allen Quatermain, who is recruited by Sharon Stone to rescue her father from the clutches of a German colonel (Herbert Lom) and a Turkish slaver (John Rhys-Davies), who have captured him to possess his map to the legendary diamond mines of King Solomon. Director J. Lee Thompson (The Guns of Navarone) and the game cast do what they can with the dodgy special effects and groaner-filled script; viewers who don’t mind sub-par serial-style thrills might find some kicks here. –Paul Gaita
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