Jack Brown And The Curse Of The Crown
Ancient Egypt. A lump of solid gold is used to create the mythical crown of Cleopatra, a crown, which can convey enormous power to its wearer but also carries a deadly curse.
Present day, 1940s movie star Madeleine Duboit wants to commission ex-secret security expert, Jack Brown, to 'borrow' the crown from the British Museum so she can play her final role. Meanwhile Seldon Gotti - a vain and pompous businessman - offers Jack an enormous sum of money to steal the crown to fulfil his dreams of world domination. Jack, a man of morals, turns them both down until a series of threats gives him the impetus to join forces with Duboit, resulting in an exciting but unusual showdown at Gotti's lair.
- Type of film
- Running Time
- 90 mins
- 35mm Kodak
- Andrew Gillman
- Robert Bevan, Charlie Savill, Amanda Coombes, Amit Barooah, Harry Hicks
- Nick McPhee
- Laurie Rowley
- Director of Photography
- Stuart Harris
- Principal Cast
- Owen Teale, Daniela Nardini, John Standing, Honor Blackman, Phil Davis