The Devil Came from Akasava

Synopsis: A mineral is discovered which can turn metal to gold or humans into zombies. When the mineral is stolen, secret agents are sent in to get the mineral back!
84 min

- Professor Forrester!

- Yes, what is the matter?

Someone wanted

to kill your assistant.

Hurry, bring him in here.

Tell me, what happened?

l took the stone-

the stone, in-

Were you in the cave?

Yes. l...

l found it-

the stone-

l found it.

l'll get a doctor.

l'll drive over to Thorrsen

and ask him to come here.

Wait for me

and watch out.

What do you want?

What are you doing?


you can't do that.

Good morning!

ls your husband at home?

- Yes, but he's in surgery right now.

- Would you please ask him,

whether he could come right away?

Joao, my assistant, is seriously injured.

- He has to help him.

- l'll tell him.


lngrid, how many times

have l told you not to disturb me?

- l'm sorry, but it's urgent.

- This is too.

Professor Forrester

is waiting downstairs.

- Forrester?

- His assistant is badly injured,

and the professor would like you

to go with him.

l assume you have

to operate on the man.

- l understand, yes.

- Well?

Tell him to go home,

l'll come as soon as possible.

- Good.

- Good.

- What did he say?

- He'll hurry.

You can go home again.

l assume,

he'll be finished here

in about half an hour,

and he'll come to you right away.

By the way, there is a shortcut,

approximately four miles from here.

Turn right at the first turn-off,

that will save you

at least 15 minutes.

Yes, thank you, l'll do that.

And please...

every minute is important

for life and death here.

He'll hurry.

Where is that guy?

The stone is gone.

- One moment, where are you going?

- The inspector called me,

dear sir.

My name is Lambert.

We first need to determine,

when Professor Forrester disappeared.

Hello, Mr. Lambert.

So you saw Professor Forrester

for the last time,

- when he came to your clinic?

- Yes, lnspector.

You also reported,

that he was very agitated...

and he told you

he would go right back

to his place.

Yes, he asked my husband

to treat an assistant of his,

who had been badly injured.

He seemed a little confused.

Thank you, Mrs. Thorrsen.

And now to you, Doctor.

What do you think caused

the death of the assistant?


But strangely enough,

the professor asked for plasma.

Well, he was an archeologist and no

medical doctor, he made a mistake.

You said 'was,' Doctor.

You are implying a fact

that has not yet been proven.

l would say there is proof.

As we all know, his jeep was found

completely destroyed,

and the police found traces of blood

leading into the jungle.

But that isn't proof

that he is dead.

No, no, Doctor,

we need facts.

Well, this may be correct

from your point of view.

l only know that traces of blood

were found,

and for someone injured in the jungle

there isn't much of a chance to survive.

Well, this is certainly a convincing

argument, but as l said,

we need proof,

how, what and why.

l'm really sorry, lnspector,

that is something

that requires your intellect.

Very nice, Doctor,

very nice.

And now to you,

Mr. Lambert.

You are an intelligent person

and a good businessman,

but also the British consul here.

What will the government's reaction

be in this case?

My government will not be able

to blame you at all,

even though it is your responsibility

to avoid something like that.

One more thing, Mr. Lambert.

Do you know what type of research

the professor was working on?

You know, he really didn't like

to talk about his work,

he was very secretive.

There has to be some indication.

Professor Forrester comes

and asks for your help,

and he disappears shortly thereafter.

What happens then?

This is probably something

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