The Emerald of Artatama
|The Emerald of Artatama|
VHS cover for 'The Emerald of Artatama'
|Directed by||José María Elorrieta|
|Produced by||Félix Sánchez|
|Written by||José María Elorrieta
Manuel Martínez Remís
Rafael Moreno Alba
Bridgette Saint John
|Music by||Federico Contreras|
|Editing by||Antonio Ramírez de Loaysa|
|Distributed by||Troma Entertainment|
|Running time||89 minutes|
The Emerald of Artatama (also known as La Muchacha del Nilo and The Girl of the Nile) is a 1969 adventure film directed by José María Elorrieta and distributed by Troma Entertainment. The film stars Rory Calhoun as a con man searching after the Tomb of Artatama, rumoured to be home of a legendary emerald. In a 1986 VHS release by Applause Production Inc. it was mistakenly titled The Emerald of Aratama.
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