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Beyond Mombasa (1956)

 -  Action | Adventure  -  1 June 1957 (USA)
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An American travels to East Africa, where he tries to find out how his brother died.

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Credited cast:
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Matt Campbell
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Ann Wilson
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Ralph Hoyt
Ron Randell ...
Eliot Hastings
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Gil Rossi
Dan Jackson ...
Ketimi
Eddie Calvert ...
Trumpet Player
Bartholomew Sketch ...
Native Boss
Clive Morton ...
Irate Man
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Virginia Bedard ...
Tourist's Wife
Edward Johnson ...
Dacall Chief
MacDonald Parke ...
Tourist
Roy Purcell ...
George Campbell
Julian Sherrier ...
Desk Clerk
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An American travels to East Africa, where he tries to find out how his brother died.

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DISTANT DRUMS ECHO THE APPROACH OF THE GUN-LADEN SAFARI AND THE WHITE BEAUTY! (original print ad - all caps) See more »

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1 June 1957 (USA)  »

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Christopher Lee made his final fall stunt himself, and claimed a having ripped his arm on an outcrop of quartz in the process. See more »

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Ralph Hoyt: It's my burden to be sane in a demented age.
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Referenced in Ladies and Gentlemen, Mr. Leonard Cohen (1965) See more »

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BEYOND MOMBASA (George Marshall, 1956) **1/2
24 January 2010 | by (Naxxar, Malta) – See all my reviews

African adventures were constant entertainment fodder throughout the 1950s and beyond, where many a popular star took on the jungle with its wild animals and (often) equally hostile natives; in this case, it was strapping Cornel Wilde – rather ill-at-ease, however, playing a hard-drinking womanizer (especially given the various attempts made on his life by "Leopard Men" already responsible for his brother's death after having stumbled upon a deposit of uranium)! This British-made production (albeit helmed by an American) features yet another stalwart cast – which also includes leading lady Donna Reed (who, as a bookish anthropologist, naturally starts by resenting Wilde's boorishness but eventually cannot resist his directness and obvious virility), Leo Genn (the outwardly benign missionary eventually revealed to be the mastermind behind the Mau Mau-inspired 'reign of terror', driven by a misguided sense of religious and civic duty), Ron Randell (who, as Wilde's brother's business partner, logically has the finger of suspicion pointing at him from the outset) and, in one of his more prominent pre-stardom roles, Christopher Lee (a big-game hunter of Italian descent who, even more unlikely, is played up to be the hero's romantic rival!). The exotic locale supplies characteristic thrills (such as the inevitable cobra attack) and excessive (i.e. mostly irrelevant) local color but, shot by the redoubtable Freddie Young, it invariably pleases the eye (despite the panning-and-scanning involved in the TV-sourced copy I acquired). The obligatory peril-fraught-trek-through-the-jungle (with tension among the protagonists palpable as they seek the lost mine) takes up the latter half of the narrative, culminating in Genn's going berserk and unleashing the "Leopard Men" on his trapped 'companions'…until the other natives rise up against these clandestine forces, since they find their activities giving them a bad name!


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