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Dark Venture (1956)

| Adventure | 1956 (USA)
An intrepid reporter embarks on an African safari, hoping to locate a place of lore known as "The Elephant's Graveyard". During his adventure, he must face the aggressive hostilities of the... See full summary »

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(as John Trevlac)
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John Calvert ...
John Kenyon
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Pamela Cameron
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Gideon
Charles Haydon
Bruce Meredith Smith ...
Barlow
Stuart Mitchell ...
MacIntyre
Paul Gordon
Cuthbert Matumba ...
Baobab
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An intrepid reporter embarks on an African safari, hoping to locate a place of lore known as "The Elephant's Graveyard". During his adventure, he must face the aggressive hostilities of the regional tribesmen as well as the many dangers of the savage jungle. Written by anonymous

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THEY LIVED TO TELL!...A GRIPPING STORY OF LOVE AND VIOLENCE! (original print ad - all caps)

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Beyond the Sahara  »

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2.35 : 1
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Shot in 1953, not released until 1956. See more »

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The Jungle
Music by Leonid Raab
Lyrics by Billy Hill (using pseudonym, George Brown)
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