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...whose filmography includes such treasures as "lives of a Bengal Lancer" "Peter Ibbetson" " Niagara" ,the underrated "legend of the lost" and more.This one is anaemic,even Stewart Granger does not believe in what he is playing,being sullen,indifferent, barely infuriated by millionaire Casey's whims .The plot is a run of the mill confrontation experienced grumpy old hunter / young mindless rookie who wants to go with him on a safari(check the title).A bubble head girl accompanies the freshman :the prize goes to the scene when the young brunette realizes dancing with the natives can be dangerous .The beautiful African landscapes are nicely filmed but they do not really need these raiders of the lost elephant.
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