Maciste against the Sheik (Italian:Maciste contro lo sceicco) is a 1926 Italian silent adventure film directed by Mario Camerini and starring Bartolomeo Pagano, Franz Sala and Felice Minotti. It was part of the long-running Maciste series of Peplum films. At one point Maciste takes part in an underwater fight with a shark.
|Maciste against the Sheik|
|Directed by||Mario Camerini|
|Written by||Mario Camerini|
|Starring||Bartolomeo Pagano |
|Distributed by||Societa Anonima Stefano Pittaluga|
- Samson Against the Sheik (1962)
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