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Denise Elwyn McKenzie 4 months ago
Bit daggy, but I liked it.
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Trevor Myatt almost 7 years ago
The Phantom is an action-adventure film from 1996 that stars Billy Zane and Kristy Swanson, and was directed by Simon Wincer. The film was based on Lee Falk's comic strip The Phantom, about a seemingly immortal crimefighter and his battle against all forms of evil. The film is loosely inspired by three of The Phantom stories, "The Singh Brotherhood", "The Sky Band", and "The Belt" but it also adds supernatural elements, such as the weapon of doom "The Skulls of Touganda", and also several new characters. The film also included the well-known supporting actors Treat Williams, Patrick McGoohan and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Despite being a financial disappointment in its theatrical release, the film has since enjoyed success on VHS and DVD. The legend of the Phantom starts when a young boy, the last survivor of a pirate attack commanded by the ruthless Kabai Singh (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa), is washed ashore on a mysterious island called Bengalla. He is adopted by the native Bandai tribe and...
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