The Lost Treasure of the Grand Canyon

Synopsis: Set in the Grand Canyon, a team of Smithsonian researchers have stumbled across a lost walled Aztec city guarded by some evil spirits, including a "great flying serpent of death." As days turn to weeks, Susan Jordan, the daughter of the professor leading the expedition, assembles a team to rescue her father and his colleagues from the clutches of the ancient Aztec warriors and their horrible serpent god.
Director(s): Farhad Mann
Production: Anchor Bay Entertainment Inc.
88 min

willing to take him.

- That is where I last saw him.

- Wainwright:
And that was a month ago?

Yes yes.

I've been waiting for his return.

My readers are less patient than l.

- This is remarkable.

- Yeah, this one is my favorite too.

It's like a finger puppet

if you get it on there just right.

Are these really Egyptian?

Well, they were magnificent seamen.

I mean, only a few years ago

they found

some Egyptian hieroglyphics on

a rock cliff in Australian, so surely--

Dr. Jordan's Egyptian discovery.

Matter of fact it is. See,

while you're in your tent scribbling,

some of us are actually putting

our time here to some good use.

Indulging in fantasy is hardly

a good use of time.

You don't believe it's real?

It's real, but not Egyptian.

I'm sure if you would have

studied it longer,

you would have

identified it as a labret.

It was worn here,

through a hole in the lower lip.

That's disgusting.

There's a lady present.

It was a mark of beauty

throughout the primitive world:

Africa, the lndus Valley,

South America, but not, however, Egypt.


So where's it from?

My guess would be Mexico,

the Aztecs.

That looks like

the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl.

Or any of 100 serpent gods

from any culture.

Who cares where it came from?

My father is out there lost.

- lsn't anybody going to do something?

- The Smithsonian will not allow it.

- Their budget is already allocated.

- I'm not talking about the Smithsonian.

- I'm talking about us.

- Thain:
Don't be foolish.

The desert kills people,

even the lndians.

You wouldn't last a day out there.

Don't attribute your own

cowardice to the rest of us.

Cowardice, is that--


Where was the cantina?


- I leave tomorrow.

- Okay.

We should cover the pits.

It's going to rain soon.

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