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Tokoloshe (1965)

A young African boy is rescued from a witchdoctor's death curse. He travels to the big city where a blind white man becomes his protector.

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Peter Prowse

Writer:

Peter Prowse
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sidney James ... Harry Parsons (as Sid James)
Saul Pelle Saul Pelle ... Risimati
Cy Sacks Cy Sacks ... Thief
Simon Sabela Simon Sabela
Gert van den Bergh Gert van den Bergh
June Chabaku June Chabaku
Jimmy Sabe Jimmy Sabe ... Witchdoctor
Siegfried Mynhardt Siegfried Mynhardt
Gibson Mvubelo Gibson Mvubelo
Fiona Fraser Fiona Fraser
Arthur Swemmer Arthur Swemmer
Lucaz Koza Lucaz Koza
James White James White
Fishka Rais
Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi ... Zulu Chief (as Chief Gatsha Butelezei)
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A young African boy is rescued from a witchdoctor's death curse. He travels to the big city where a blind white man becomes his protector.

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TWO OUTCASTS... a boy nobody wanted... a man who saw no evil.

Certificate:

G
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Country:

South Africa

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 May 1965 (South Africa) See more »

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Production Co:

S.A. Film Studios See more »
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Sound Mix:

4-Track Stereo

Color:

Color (Technicolor)
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The "British" comedian Sidney James, who appears in this South African movie, is in fact a native of South Africa. See more »

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A Hard Hitting Motion Picture!
7 April 2004 | by hhbooker2-1See all my reviews

Sydney James of the "CARRY ON" comedy fame really adds a lot to the motion picture in the role of a blind man. How can any movie with Sid not be a total success? The actor who plays the Zulu Chief should have gotten a supporting actor award as well. Would have been nice to have had Kenneth Williams, Barbara Windsor, Charles Hawtrey, and others in this film to make it even better, it would have been called "CARRY ON TOKOLOSHE" by Peter Rogers! Still, it holds its own as a remarkable film worth seeing several times a year! This would be a hard film to do over as there isn't anything that could top this. The DVD or video should be in the collection of every true film buff who admires the work of Sid James.


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