The Devil Came from Akasava Der (1971) Jesus Franco, Fred Williams, Soledad Miranda, Horst Tappert, Adventure, Thriller, Erotic

The Devil Came from Akasava Der (1971)
A mineral is discovered which can turn metal to gold or humans into zombies. When the mineral is stolen, secret agents are sent in to get the mineral back!

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Directed by: Jesus Franco

Stars: Fred Williams, Soledad Miranda, Horst Tappert

Language: English, German, Spanish (3 tracks) | Subtitles: English, Spanish

Country: Germany | dvdrip

Also known as: El diablo que vino de Akasawa, Akasava’dan gelen seytan – Seytanin elmasi, Aorati apeili, Hüter des Steines, O trellos dolofonos tis Akasava, Una Venere senza nome per l’ispettore Forrester

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