At the Earth's Core

Centre terre, septième continent

Centre terre, septième continent (At the Earth's Core) est un film américano-britannique réalisé par Kevin Connor, sorti en 1976.

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  • Doug McClure : David Innes
  • Peter Cushing : le docteur Abner Perry
  • Caroline Munro : la princesse Dia
  • Cy Grant : Ra
  • Godfrey James : Ghak
  • Sean Lynch : Hoojah
  • Keith Barron : Dowsett
  • Helen Gill : Maisie
  • Anthony Verner : Gadsby
  • Robert Gillespie : le photographe
  • Michael Crane : Jubal
  • Bobby Parr : le chef Sagoth
  • Andee Cromarty : une femme esclave

Autour du film

  • Le tournage s'est déroulé aux studios Pinewood, en Angleterre.
  • L'acteur Bobby Parr perdit un doigt durant une scène de combat avec Doug McClure qui a mal tourné.
  • Dans Voyage au centre de la Terre (lui-même adapté d'un roman de Jules Verne), des explorateurs découvraient également un monde souterrain habité.

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