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Clark Savage Jr. aka Doc Savage was at his Fortress of Solitude when his empathic abilities sense something is wrong. So he returns to New York and is informed by his confidants, The Fabulous Five that his father, a missionary died somewhere in South America of a tropical disease. He is also told that his father sent him something before he died, and his associates locked it in his safe. He was about to open it when someone takes a shot at him but misses. Doc chases him down and he falls to his death. He appears to be some kind of native, quite possibly from South America. Someone blows up the safe destroying the papers his father sent him, and Doc's empathic ability goes off again, telling him that his father was murdered. Doc decides to go to the country where his father died to see if he can find out what happened. But after their plane takes off someone tries to shoot it down but Doc had the foresight to send a drone. When he gets there someone tries to kill him, in a peculiar manner.
In the Fabulous Thirties, Doc Savage and his five Amazing Adventurers are sucked into the mystery of Doc's father disappearing in the wilds of South America. The maniacal Captain Seas tries to thwart them at every turn as they travel to the country of Hidalgo to investigate Doc's father's death and uncover a vast horde of Incan gold.
You know how Star Trek fans flocked to all the Star Trek movies, even the really bad ones? Why? To see their heroes in action one more time. That's the way I feel about Doc Savage. I am a major fanatic for the character, and the prospect of seeing Doc and his crew in an adventure was overwhelming. And the first 20 minutes of the film only heightened that feeling of anticipation. Then they decided to crib elements from a number of Doc adventures and throw them into this one movie, resulting in a somewhat disjointed film. There's a lot of promise in here, diluted by a number of unfortunate choices (the music, the "camp" elements, etc.) But the spirit of Doc is there, and that's what those of us familiar with Doc and his crew respond to. So, in my long-winded way, what I'm trying to say is that this is not a bad movie: it's just not as good as it should have been. And anyone who is a fan of Superman, James Bond, Indiana Jones, Buckaroo Banzai, and many other characters ought to check this movie out just to become familiar with the hero who provided inspiration for them all.
Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze<br/><br/>To receive a descriptor like: The Man of Bronze one would either have to be an inferior athlete, or neglect to properly bribe the IOC officials.<br/><br/>And though the Adonis in this action/adventure has the attributes of an Olympian, the alloy in reference is not to an award but to his epidermis.<br/><br/>Subsequent to his father's murder, an assassination attempt is made on Doc Savage (Ron Ely), a brainy, brawny, billionaire, who unknowingly has his father's land claim to a city of gold in his possession.<br/><br/>Aided by an eclectic quintet of sidekicks, Doc heads to the Mayan jungle to stop an evil sea captain and The Green Death from procuring his father's bullion.<br/><br/>Campy to the core but thrilling through-and-through, visionary producer George Pal brings the iconic 1930s pulp character and his cohorts to vivid life.<br/><br/>Unfortunately, with 5 sidekicks, you have to attach 5 sidecars to your motorcycle. (Yellow Light)