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Doc Savage - the Man of Bronze


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Cult spoof on superhero films.
Starring Ron Ely
Doc Savage is summoned from his Fortress of Solitude in the Arctic Circle when his father is murdered. With his chums, the Amazing Five, Doc sets out to discover the truth behind his father's death and soon crosses the path of the ruthless Captain Seas.
Director Michael Anderson
* FILMS: pages 35-40


Unknown: Ron Ely
Unknown: Doc Savage
Director: Michael Anderson
Doc: Ron Ely
Long Tom: Paul Gleason
Renny: Bill Lucking
Monk: Michael Miller
Johnny: Eldon Quick
Ham: Darrell Zwerung
Captain Seas: Paul Wexler
Andriana: Janice Heiden
Karen: Robyn Hilton
Mona: Pamela Hensley

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Doc Savage - the Man of Bronze

BBC Two England, 10 May 1991 18.00

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