The Mask of Sheba
The Mask of Sheba is a 1970 American made-for-television adventure film starring Walter Pidgeon, Inger Stevens, Eric Braeden, William Marshall and Stephen Young. It is directed by David Lowell Rich and was first broadcast on NBC on March 9, 1970.
|The Mask of Sheba|
|Written by||Sam Rolfe|
|Directed by||David Lowell Rich|
|Music by||Lalo Schifrin|
|Country of origin||United States|
Harold E. Wellman
|Editor(s)||John D. Dunning|
|Running time||100 minutes|
|Production company(s)||MGM Television|
|Original release||March 9, 1970|
An anthropological team travels to a dense African jungle in search of missing safari members and a priceless gold statue. The journey is endangered by primitive tribesmen, treacherous territory and intrigue within the group.
|Walter Pidgeon||Dr. Condon|
|Eric Braeden||Dr. Morgan|
- TV Guide, March 7–11, 1970, p A-50