National Treasure Telugu Dubbed Movie

National Treasure Telugu

Genres: Action | Adventure

Resolution: 1280×536

Quality: 720p Frame Rate: 23.976 (23976/1000) fps

Language: Telugu

Run Time: 151 min

IMDB Rating: 6.8

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Directors: Jon Turteltaub [Director] ,
Cast: Nicolas Cage [Benjamin Franklin Gates] , Justin Bartha [Riley Poole] , Diane Kruger [Abigail Chase] , Sean Bean [Ian Howe] ,

Movie Description:
Benjamin Franklin Gates descends from a family of treasure-seekers who've all hunted for the same thing: a war chest hidden by the Founding Fathers after the Revolutionary War. Ben's close to discovering its whereabouts, as is his competition, but the FBI is also hip to the hunt.

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National Treasure is a 2004 American adventure film released by Walt Disney Pictures. It was written by Jim Kouf and the Wibberleys, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Jon Turteltaub. It is the first film in the National Treasure film series and stars Nicolas Cage, Harvey Keitel, Jon Voight, Diane Kruger, Sean Bean, Justin Bartha and Christopher Plummer.

Cage plays Benjamin Franklin Gates, a historian and amateur cryptologist searching for a lost treasure of precious metals, jewelry, artwork and other artifacts that was accumulated into a huge stockpile and eventually hidden by American Freemasons during the American Revolutionary War. A coded map on the back of the Declaration of Independence points to the location of the “national treasure,” but Gates is not alone in his quest. Whoever can steal the Declaration and decode it first will find the greatest treasure in history.

National Treasure was released worldwide on November 19, 2004. The film received mixed reviews from critics, but was a box office success, grossing over $347 million worldwide.

A sequel, titled National Treasure: Book of Secrets, was released in December 2007.

Benjamin Franklin Gates is an American historian, cryptologist, and treasure hunter. As a child, his grandfather, John Adams Gates, told him of a story that Charles Carroll of Carrollton passed on a secret to their ancestor in 1832 of a fabled treasure taken from ancient empires throughout history that was discovered by the Knights Templar and later protected by the Freemasons. The treasure would eventually be hidden in America by the Founding Fathers. The clue leading to the treasure is the phrase “The secret lies with Charlotte.” While Ben is convinced by the story, his skeptical father, Patrick, dismisses it as nonsense.

Thirty years later, Ben leads an expedition with Ian Howe and his friend, Riley Poole, a computer expert, to find the Charlotte, a ship lost in the Arctic, which holds the first clue to finding the national treasure. After many efforts, they find a meerschaum pipe, which has a clue in the form of a riddle, implying that the next clue is on the Declaration of Independence. When Ian suggests they steal it, Ben opposes, causing a fight to ensue, resulting in a massive fire fueled by gunpowder, and the group split in two. Ian and his men escape the ship while Ben and Riley take cover just before the ship explodes.

Ben and Riley return to Washington, DC, and report the potential theft of the Declaration to the FBI and Dr. Abigail Chase of the National Archives, but both dismiss their claim. Ben decides to steal the document himself from the Archives’ preservation room during a gala event. Obtaining Abigail’s fingerprints, Ben successfully obtains the Declaration but is spotted by Ian’s group just as they break in to steal it. Ben tries to leave via the gift shop but has to buy the Declaration when the clerk mistakes it for a souvenir copy; having not enough cash in hand at the time, Ben pays for it with a credit card. Abigail, suspecting something is astray, pursues Ben and takes back the document. Ian kidnaps her, but Ben and Riley rescue Abigail, tricking Ian by leaving behind a souvenir copy of the Declaration. FBI Agent Sadusky begins tracking Ben down, using Ben’s credit card information.

Unable to return home, the trio go to Patrick’s house to lie low. Patrick tries to convince Ben that the treasure is a myth, which Ben dismisses. The trio then studies the Declaration and discover an Ottendorf cipher written in invisible ink. With the help of lemon juice and some heat from a hair dryer, they find out that the hidden cypher refers to the Silence Dogood letters written by Benjamin Franklin, which Patrick formerly owned but has since donated to the Franklin Institute. Using a schoolboy to acquire the letters’ key words, Ben, Riley, and Abigail discover a message pointing to the bell tower of Independence Hall, where the Liberty Bell once stood. Unfortunately, Ian and his men manage to also find and question the schoolboy and pursue the new lead. Following the point on the opposite wall of the bell house where the shadow cast at exactly 2:22 p.m. on the same day, Ben finds a hidden cache containing a pair of glasses with multiple colored lenses invented by Benjamin Franklin, which, when used to read the back of the Declaration, reveals a clue pointing to the symbol of Trinity Church which is located on Wall Street and Broadway in New York City.

The group is chased by Ian’s associates. Ben is arrested by the FBI, an Abigail and Riley lose the Declaration to Ian. However, Abigail convinces Ian to help them rescue Ben in exchange for the next clue. Ian agrees, arranging a meeting at the USS Intrepid, where they help Ben evade the FBI.

Ian returns the Declaration and asks for the next clue, but when Ben remains coy, Ian reveals he has kidnapped Patrick as a hostage. They go inside Trinity Church, where they sit and study the back of the Declaration of Independence by using the different lenses resulting in the discovery of an underground passage known as Parkington Lane, but it appears to lead to a dead end, lit by a lone lantern. Patrick claims it is referencing the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, pointing Ian to the Old North Church in Boston. Ian leaves Gates trapped in the chamber to die, heading for Boston. Patrick reveals the clue was a fake and enters the treasure room using the clues they gathered on their journey, but it appears looted. After a heart to heart between Ben and Patrick, they find a notch into which the meerschaum pipe fits into, and they open a large chamber containing the treasure and escape through a back exit. Ben contacts Sadusky and figures him to be a modern Freemason by the signet on his ring, surrendering the Declaration and the treasure’s location in exchange for clemency. Ian and his men are later arrested when Ben tips the FBI off.

Later, Ben and Abigail have started a relationship. Meanwhile, Riley is upset that Ben turned down the 10% finder’s fee for the treasure but accepted a much smaller amount of only 1%, which still has netted them all significant wealth. As Riley drives away in a Ferrari from Ben, and Abigail’s newly bought house, Abigail gives Ben a treasure map. When Ben asks her where the map leads, Abigail simply replies, “You’ll figure it out.”

A caucasian man with short brown hair. He is looking towards the right and has a microphone in front of him.
A caucasian man with short dirty blonde hair. He is looking towards the left and is wearing a suit.
Nicolas Cage in 2011 (top) and Sean Bean in 2015
Nicolas Cage as Benjamin Franklin Gates:[2]
An American treasure hunter and cryptologist.
Sean Bean as Ian Howe:
An entrepreneur and treasure hunter who is a former friend of Benjamin Gates.[3]
Harvey Keitel as Agent Peter Sadusky:
A FBI Special Agent in charge of the theft of the Declaration of Independence.
Jon Voight as Patrick Henry Gates:
A former treasure hunter and the father of Benjamin Gates.
Justin Bartha as Riley Poole:
A sarcastic computer expert and best friend of Benjamin Gates.
Diane Kruger as Dr. Abigail Chase:
An archivist at the National Archives who aids Benjamin Gates in treasure hunting.
Christopher Plummer as John Adams Gates:
The father of Patrick Gates and the grandfather of Benjamin Gates.
Hunter Gomez as young Benjamin Gates
Jack Koenig as young Charles Carroll

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