PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Drama
A group of gentlemen of fortune visits a legendary "Lost City", located in Tibet. They plan to steal a priceless statue "Golden Dragon" during the martial arts tournament.
In his autobiography "My Word is My Bond", Sir Roger Moore states that this movie was a disorganized production that was running out of money, due to poor preparation. He credits Second Unit Director Peter MacDonald for bringing it all together.
Lord Edgar Dobbs:
One fight announced was "Siam vs. Africa", but Africa was and is a continent, not a country!
The BBFC waived all previous cuts made to the film, and passed the widescreen version of the film as an uncut '18' on the 1st July 2002.
$7,029,120 28 April 1996