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Curse of the Forty-Niner
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Curse of the Forty-Niner 2003


A group of young people believe their ship has finally come in when they discover a stash of gold in a long-abandoned mine. But when the eager beavers remove the gold, they unleash "The Curse of the 49'er" in the form of an angry, ancient miner who has no qualms about using his pickaxe to mine ... for red! Karen Black, John Phillip Law and Jeff Conaway star.

Running Time:86 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsJohn Carl Buechler
Written By:
No image existsAntonio Olivas
Starring:
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No image existsJohn Phillip Law
No image existsRichard Lynch
No image existsVernon Wells
No image existsMartin Kove
No image existsJeff Conaway
No image existsSean Hines
No image existsStephen Wastell
Elina MadisonElina Madison
No image existsAlexandra Ford
No image existsBrad H. Arden
No image existsCarrie Bradac
No image existsRick Majeske
No image existsShadrach Smith
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Curse of the Forty-Niner Movie Review by Movie Addict (10/25/2008)

This was bad enough. I really hope that there is no sequel. Maybe that is giving away part of the plot to let you know that it is open to the possibility, but no, it really isn't.

There is really not at all special about this movie. Well, the special effect were fairly good, but nothing to write home about.

There were...

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