The leading characters from "The African Queen", but in a new story-line.

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Himself - Host
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Rosie Sayer
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Charlie Allnut
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Poku
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Capt. Kramer (as Oscar Beregi)
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Mrs. Butterworth
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Lt. Hockberg
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Phillipe
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Lang
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Vandever
Felix Reinsch ...
Kurt
Ron Starr ...
Lt. Riedl (as Ronald Starr)
Albert Szabo ...
Lt. Schloss
Otto Reichow ...
Lt. Gluck
Jenö Mate ...
Jean (as Jeno Mate)
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The leading characters from "The African Queen", but in a new story-line.

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Comedy | Drama

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27 March 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Doesn't that story remind you anything?
19 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

As you can guess, that story takes place in Africa just prior WW1, where there was German army occupation in the bush villages, in a certain Jean Jacques Annaud's LA VICTOIRE EN CHANTANT and John Huston's African QUEEN atmosphere. You also have Jimmy Coburn to whom the German officer asks for his collaboration. I would have perfectly seen Lee Marvin in this sympathetic drunk character, which is a tribute to Humphrey Bogart in the Huston's feature. This is a sort of comedy adventure yarn, which is a great and open tribute to African QUEEN, even a dumb could see that like the nose in the middle of the face. But it works, folks, it works. But I am glad that all the episodes of that series are not copycats of big Hollywood successes...

Good time waster.


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