Journey to the Center of the Earth (1993 film)

The 1993 Journey to the Center of the Earth is a TV film first aired on NBC. It stars Carel Struycken, Tim Russ, and Jeffrey Nordling, John Neville, F. Murray Abraham, Fabiana Udenio, and Kim Miyori. A TV series was originally planned after its release but it was cancelled.

Journey to the Center of the Earth
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GenreSci-fi
Based onJourney to the Center of the Earth
1864 novel
by Jules Verne
Screenplay byDavid M. Evans
Robert Gunter
Directed byWilliam Dear
StarringDavid Dundara
Farrah Forke
Tim Russ
Jeffrey Nordling
John Neville
Narrated byDavid Dundara
Theme music composerDavid Kurtz
Christopher Franke
Country of originCanada
United States
Original language(s)English
No. of episodes1
Production
Producer(s)John Ashley
CinematographyRonald Víctor García
Editor(s)Barry L. Gold
Running time90 min.
Production company(s)Columbia Pictures Television
DistributorNBC
Release
Original networkNBC
Picture formatColor
Audio formatDolby
Original releaseFebruary 28, 1993

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A team of explorers sets on a voyage to the earth's core, following an earlier attempt years before. Their ship, Avenger, enters the lava chamber of an active volcano and uses an energy ray called a "sonic blaster" to blast through the flow. They enter in a subterranean world over 100 kilometers below the Earth's surface. The place is filled with many strange creatures. As they explore deeper into the caverns they encounter a yeti which the crew named Dallas that serves as their guide. Meanwhile, an unknown malevolent entity is attempting to recover the missing pieces of an Atlantean artifact known as the "book of knowledge" one of which a crew member of the Avenger brought with him, that will supposedly give massive powers to whoever possesses it.

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