Terence Hill is an Italian actor, film director, screenwriter, and producer. He is best known for starring in popular Italian films, such as ‘They Call Me Trinity’ (1970), ‘My Name Is Nobody’ (1973), and ‘Django, Prepare a Coffin’ (1968), which was showcased at the ‘64th Venice Film Festival’ in 2007. One of the highest-paid actors of his time, Hill started his acting career as a child. His first major role came in the 1963 Italian film ‘The Leopard.’ After this, he was mostly associated with Western German films, based on the novels by Karl Marx. Some of the popular ones are ‘Flatfoot in Hong Kong’ (1975), ‘Charleston’ (1977), ‘Thieves and Robbers’ (1983), and ‘Aladdin’ (1986). Some of Hill’s popular TV appearances came in shows such as ‘Don Matteo’ (2000 -2018) and ‘One Step from Heaven’ (2010-2015).
Seven Seas to Calais is an adventure film, which tells the story of Sir Francis Drake, who goes on an expedition to the New World and steals gold from the Spaniards. He eventually returns to England to protect the Queen from a network of spies who are plotting to overthrow her.
Billionaire businessman Anthony Falcon dies leaving all the property to his nephew, Guido Falcone, an Italian auto-mechanic, who has to reach San Francisco and sign the papers within given time to claim the inheritance. Anthony’s mercenary lawyer-executor John Cutler, who wants to have that wealth under his control, creates every possible hazard in Guido’s way to prevent him from receiving the bequest.
The film begins with the Roman Senate discussing Hannibal, who is traveling towards Rome with his men and elephants. On the way, his troops capture Sylvia, niece of a powerful Roman Senator and the two embark on a torrid love affair. His troops also defeat Rome in an open battle. But very soon the course of history takes a different turn.