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Saturday Cinema: 2 Mara Maru


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Errol Flynn Ruth Roman
Former navy commander Gregory Mason operates a marine salvage business in post-war Manila. When his alcoholic partner talks wildly about a mysterious sunken treasure and is subsequently murdered, Mason finds himself embroiled in a mesh of intrigue, greed and a moral conflict.
Screenplay by N. RICHARD nash, based on a story by PHILIP YORDON , SIDNEY HARMON and HOLLISTER NORLE
. Films: page 13


Unknown: Errol Flynn
Unknown: Ruth Roman
Play By: N. Richard
Story By: Philip Yordon
Story By: Sidney Harmon
Story By: Hollister Norle
Unknown: David Weisbart
Directed By: Cordon Douglas
Mason: Errol Flynn
Stella: Ruth Roman
Benedict: Raymond Burr
Steve Ranier: Paul Picerni
Andy Callahan: Richard Webb
Lt Zuenon: Dan Seymour
Ortega: George Renavent
Manuelo: Robert Cabal

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Saturday Cinema: 2 Mara Maru

BBC Two England, 23 January 1982 17.05

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