Caravan to Vaccares
Directed by Geoffrey Reeve
Caravan to Vaccares
From the thrilling best seller from Alistair MacLean (Where Eagles Dare, When Eight Bells Toll, Ice Station Zebra, The Guns of Navarone) now comes the exciting motion picture! American Neil Bowman (David Birney, Nightfall, Someone’s Watching Me!) is traveling through France when he meets British photographer Lila (Charlotte Rampling, Zardoz, Farewell My Lovely). They are hired by French land owner Duc de Croyter (Michael Lonsdale, The Passage, Moonraker) to escort a Hungarian scientist to New York. But they soon realize that the job is not a cushy number, and have to deal with a gang of kidnappers who will stop at nothing to get their hands on the scientist. Also starring Marcel Bozzuffi (The Destructors, French Connection), Michael Bryant (Girly) Flamingo Guitar legend Manitas De Plata, and directed by Geoffrey Reeve (Puppet on a Chain).
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