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Thursday, January 29, 2009
If somebody ask me what movies i'm still looking for I could make a short list. But first or second in that most wanted list would be this 1954 B movie with the late Charlton Heston who in full Indiana Jones regalia and style goes to Peru searching for some old tresure.The locations include the real Cuzco and the famous Machu Picchu ruins. This film is always regarded for being a strong influence on the adventures of our favorite archeologist and it has never been on original VHS or laserdisc or DVD or any movie format. But here after looking and looking i founded a link to this "lost" movie: http://enperublog.com/2008/09/09/watch-secret-of-the-incas-1954/
Is not as action paced as the Spielberg movies but it's worth a look.