The Invincible Six (1968) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Invincible Six (1968)

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There must be some significance to the fact that neither Jean Negulesco nor chroniclers of his career are eager to include The Invincible Six in the director's credits. This US/Iran coproduction (obviously filmed before 1977) stars Stuart Whitman as the top dog of a group of criminals. Failing to swipe the Tehran crown jewels, Whitman's gang heads for the rural regions, where they offer protection (for a price) to a small village. Elke Sommer wants the crooks to help her find a treasure, using a map that she's appropriated through questionable means. But when Whitman's minions defend the village against an attack by Iranian bandits, the map is destroyed. Only momentarily daunted, Elke joins the Invicible Six for the next adventure. Oh, almost forgot: There's some dancing in The Invincible Six, choreographed by Rudolph Nureyev. No, really.

Cast

Ian Ogilvy
as Ronald
Anoush Artin
as Capt. Baruk
Warrene Ott
as Shirine
Shai Nazemi
as Crown Jewels Guide
Homayoon Bahadoran
as Fake Officer
Poori Banai
as Jahan's Wife
Iran Dafteri
as Malik's Mother
Susan Ghasemi
as Village Girl
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