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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Typhoon Treasure (1938) DVD-R

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Starring Campbell Copelin, Gwen Munro, Joe Valli, Douglas Herald

Directed by Noel Monkman



Print: black/white

Runtime: 68 min.

Genre: action



Typhoon Treasure was a British "quota quickie" which somehow wangled an American released in the Summer of 1939. The title refers to a fortune in jewels, gold etc. which was lost when a ship went down in a raging storm. Several interested parties are desirous of recovering the treasure, including hero Alan Richards (Campbell Copelin), heroine Jean Roberts (Gwen Munro) and various and sundry villains. The acting is pretty bad, but the underwater scenes are passable. Some of the better moments in Typhoon Treasure--including an attack by spear-carrying natives and a contretempts with an alligator-have been culled from earlier documentary and adventure films.

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Starring Campbell Copelin, Gwen Munro, Joe Valli, Douglas Herald
Directed by Noel Monkman

Print: black/white
Runtime: 68 min.
Genre: action

Typhoon Treasure was a British "quota quickie" which somehow wangled an American released in the Summer of 1939. The title refers to a fortune in jewels, gold etc. which was lost when a ship went down in a raging storm. Several interested parties are desirous of recovering the treasure, including hero Alan Richards (Campbell Copelin), heroine Jean Roberts (Gwen Munro) and various and sundry villains. The acting is pretty bad, but the underwater scenes are passable. Some of the better moments in Typhoon Treasure--including an attack by spear-carrying natives and a contretempts with an alligator-have been culled from earlier documentary and adventure films.

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