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Ivory Hunter (1951)

Where No Vultures Fly (original title)
A true story about an Englishman working as a game warden in Kenya who is disgusted by the ongoing destruction of African wildlife, and decides to create a national park to protect them. He... See full summary »

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A true story about an Englishman working as a game warden in Kenya who is disgusted by the ongoing destruction of African wildlife, and decides to create a national park to protect them. He acquires more than 1000 square miles of land, but he finds himself up against ivory poachers and local tribesmen in their employ. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Terrifying Adventure! Actually Filmed in the Heart of Darkest Africa...The World's Most Dangerous and Unknown Land! See more »

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18 August 1952 (USA)  »

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Followed by West of Zanzibar (1954) See more »

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A gem
18 April 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Tight story well told. Features one of the first rhino versus truck on film. Unglamorous presentation of foundation of early game reserves in Africa.

Identity of the villain will be no surprise.


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