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When a group of terrorists hold tourists hostage in the Kariba Dam, Captain Caprivi (Will Sealie) and his brave team must perform incredible heroic deeds to try and save them.
The film released in 1973 by Brigadiers Films
Directed by Ivan Hall and produced by Albie Venter and Madel Venter, with a script by James Ambrose Brown and Otto Krause, music by Art Heatlie, cinematography by Ivo Pellegrini and film editing by David de Beyer.
Production Management was by André Venter and Bill Venter and the rest of the crew consisted of Bob Riley (assistant director), Mary Usmar and Peter Usmar (sound and continuity), Hugh Fowler (assistant camera), Ronnie Wilson (still photographer), Boet Pretorius (music recordings), and Brian le Roux (titles).
The cast includes Will Sealie ("Captain Caprivi"), Ken Hare ("Clive"), Jannie Hanzen ("Tommie"), Sandy Nkomo ("Filemon"), Leon Kruger ("S.S.G. officer"), Rod Alexander ("Beukes"), Tani de Lange ("Anna Beukes"), Bess Finney ("Mrs. Steenkamp"), Lyn Hooker ("Frieda Hanekom"), Franz Marx ("Dr. Swart), Christine Stevens ("Marie Rossouw"), Peter van Dissel ("Sam"), Hew Visser ("Father Ryan"), Hermien Dommisse ("Wilhelmina Rossouw"), Sydney Chama ("Leader, Free People of Africa Fighters"), Tullio Moneta ("Second in command"), Tyrone Sun (Fighter), Errol Lo Pong (Fighter), Kenny Lo Pong (Fighter) and Sidney Ho Yen (Fighter).
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