PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Frozen in the ice for decades, Captain America is freed to battle against arch-criminal, The Red Skull.
Before this movie was introduced, Marvel Comics head honcho Stan Lee wrote, "Director Albert Pyun did it so well and so excitingly that everyone in the audience [at the screening] kept clamoring for more," to account for the film being scheduled for a re-shoot.
Fifty years ago, you were Dr. Vaselli's ridiculous idea. You remain a clownish symbol that no one cares about.
Captain America: I care.
Red Skull: You care? Then come to me, my brother. Let us see if this heart of yours is stronger than my hate.
When the guard returns to retrieve the President from his now-empty cell, he goes through all the effort of unlocking the door and stepping inside before realizing the cell is empty and issuing orders to his henchmen to go find the President, despite the cell being only large enough for one person, and the fact that he could see it was empty when he walked up to the door.
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Prior to the video release, a pirated copy of Captain America was available which had three extra scenes not included in the final cut: