Robert Walker, Herbert Lom and Christopher Lee all feature in this spectacular adventure of lost treasure set deep in the Amazon jungle, but the undeniable star of The Face of Eve is screen goddess Celeste Yarnall – later immortalised as the bloodthirsty temptress in cult horror classic The Velvet Vampire. Scripted by legendary British B-movie mogul Harry Alan Towers, The Face of Eve is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.
Mike Yates, a pilot and adventurer searching for lost Inca treasure, is saved from savages by a beautiful white jungle goddess who wields a strange power over these murderous brutes. Soon both Yates and the mysterious Eve are involved in a dangerous race deep into the jungle to locate a fabled, hidden treasure...
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I saw The Face Of Eve with a double bill witha Roger Moore film The Man Haunted Himself in 1970. A good old fanshion adventure. Obviously not a Oscar matrial, but something to watch on sunday afternoon. Good quality, sound, picture and some good Actors. Robert Walker, son of Robert Walker of Strangers On The Train fame, Herbert Lom, Christopher Lee and Maria Rohm.
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