|Journey Beneath the Desert|
|Produced by||Luigi Nannerini|
|Based on|| L'Atlantide |
by Pierre Benoit
|Music by||Carlo Rustichelli|
|Edited by||Renato Cinquini|
Journey Beneath the Desert (Italian : Antinea, l'amante della città sepolta) is a 1961 adventure film based on the novel Atlantida by Pierre Benoit.
Frank Borzage was slated to direct the film and began production but left due to an illness and was replaced with Edgar G. Ulmer.
Journey Beneath the Desert was released in Italy on 5 May 1961.It was released in France on 28 June 1961.
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