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In the Shadow of Kilimanjaro (1986)

Based on actual events, film tells the story of an incident in Kenya in 1984, when, because of a severe drought, 90,000 starving baboons went on a murderous rampage, killing humans and animals alike.

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Chris Tucker
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Jack Ringtree
Irene Miracle ...
Lee Ringtree
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Ginny Hansen
Leonard Trolley ...
Colonel Maitland
Patty Foley ...
Lucille Gagnon
Calvin Jung ...
Mitushi Uto
Don Blakely ...
Julius Odom
Jim Boeke ...
Gagnon
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Eugene Cruz
Mark Watters ...
Carlyle Bandy
Carl Vundla ...
District Officer Tshombe
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There's a big drought in Africa. Food and water are scarce. 90,000 wild baboons suddenly start attacking humans and eating them in order to survive. Some people find themselves being hunted by the starving monkeys and must do whatever they can to stay alive. Written by Jonathon Dabell <barnabyrudge@hotmail.com>

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Violent death was the easy way out!


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9 May 1986 (USA)  »

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En la sombra del Kilimanjaro  »

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Next time, choose a scarier looking animal.
20 November 2001 | by (Huntington, NY) – See all my reviews

The basic plot of IN THE SHADOW OF KILIMANJARO (1986) is that an army of crazed, homicidal babboons are killing folks left and right in the middle of nowhere. The thing the filmmakers should of realised is that babboons always look kind of bored. An example comes in one scene where a movie character has a flat tire in the desert. We cut to shots of yawning, pre-occupied looking monkeys watch him from afar. They seem to be saying "Hoo-Hummm, I dunno, should I kill him? I don't know, rather sit here and pick flies off my fur. (Yawn....) Okay. Let me go down and kill 'em." We had a good laugh with this one.


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