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Steve McAllister, an Australian official for The New Guinea Administration, gets orders to investigate an oil discovery by Ned 'Shark-Eye' Kelly in the interior. He selects his native policeman, Sergeant-Major Towalaka, to accompany him on his "walk into hell" and then finds that a French lady doctor, Louise Dumurcet, is to go with them part of the journey. They find the malaria-stricken Jeff Clayton in a deserted village and he joins the trek. They are captured by jungle-natives but are released after Dr. Dumurcet cures the fever-stricken children of the chief.Written by
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Seen as WALK INTO HELL, as apparently doctored up by Joseph E Levine. 35mm print still blazing with color. The mademoiselle doctor is charming, though the romance is tepid. The real-life District Officer, Fred Kaad, is a screen natural! Excellent picture of colonialist society of Papua-New Guinea at the time. Compare with MOGAMBO? Camera-work is fluent and lively, scenery looks as spectacular as producers intended, and almost as it really is.
Several crew had earlier worked with Robinson on Australian Government documentaries -- good way to scout a production! Auric's music is ordinary, a pity, obviously he came in at the end.
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