An archaeologist is in danger because of his discoveries.
Did You Know?
American International Pictures would frequently make use of frozen dollars and cheaper European facilities by sending composers Les Baxter
and Ronald Stein
to record their scores in London, Munich and Rome. Baxter recounted in a 1981 interview for Soundtrack! that he was sent to Rome in 1967 to score The Glass Sphinx, but was not allowed to conduct the orchestra because of rulings by the Italian music unions. Fortunately, legendary film conductor Franco Ferrara
was persuaded to come out of retirement. See more
It's a Dream Away
(main title) (international version)
Music by Les Baxter
Lyrics by Guy Hemric
and Jerry Styner
Sung by Mike Clifford See more