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Journey to the Center of the Earth (1989 film)

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Journey to the Center of the Earth (1989 film)

Journey to the Center of the Earth
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Directed by Rusty Lemorande
Albert Pyun
Produced by Yoram Globus
Menahem Golan
Written by Debra Ricci
Regina Davis
Kitty Chalmers
Rusty Lemorande
Starring Emo Philips
Paul Carafotes
Jaclyn Bernstein
Janet Du Plessis
Nicola Cowper
Kathy Ireland
Music by Stephane Lee
Tim Stonewall
Cinematography Tom Fraser
David Watkin
Editing by Victor Livingston
Rosanne Zingale
Distributed by The Cannon Group
Release date(s)
Country United States
Language English

Journey to the Center of the Earth is a 1989 science fiction film. It was a nominal sequel to the movie Alien from L.A., both of which are (very) loosely based on the novel Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne.

According to credited director Rusty Lemorande, "Only the approximately first 8 minutes of the film were written or directed by me. The remainder of the film is actually the sequel to Alien In LA which was tacked on and renamed Journey to the Center of the Earth in order to fulfill contractual commitments by the production company to foreign distributors. The remainder of the footage I shot (my film) has never been seen by the public (and few others) due to the lack of funds at the time to shoot and insert the many special effects shots required. The storyline of my version/script is entirely different from that in the above-titled film (the released version)."[1]


A group of young people get lost in an underground cavern while exploring a volcano. Eventually they find their way to the lost city of Atlantis, at the center of the Earth.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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