Sands of the Kalahari [Blu-ray]  [US Import]
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Shady men and a woman crash-land among baboons in the South African desert. Directed by Cy Endfield.
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After a flight to Johannesburg is delayed a weary group of five non connected travellers decide to forego a night in a hotel and arrive at their destination earlier than intended by chartering a small plane captained by Sturdevan (Nigel Davenport). The five passengers consist of cockshure great white hunter Brian O'Brian (Stuart Whitman), mine worker Mike Bain (Stanley Baker), elderly German gentleman and ex soldier Mr.Grimmelman (Harry Andrews), mild mannered doctor Bondrachai(Theodore Bikel) and recent divorcee Grace Munkton (Susannah York).Read more ›
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My problem is not the film, which is an old favourite of mine dating back to the time the babysitter let me watch it when I was about six years old, but with this DVD, which is a... Read morePublished 8 days ago by D A Clare seller
Excellent movie starring Stuart Whitman and a strong supporting cast. A very unusual storyline but a very enjoyable watch.Published 20 months ago by colinc
"The Sands of Kalahari" is one of those films that tend to stay in the memory. I remember it particularly for those baboons and the films dramatic ending. Read morePublished on 5 July 2014 by Bob Salter
bought this for my hubby, as he watched it as a child, he loved this but it wasn't as good as his childhood memories, lol
Sometimes not always good to go bach ehh.
The print looks truly fanastic, very clear and I can only imagine how wonderful it must look on BD. The movie, about a plane crash in the desert was released in 1965 (the same year... Read morePublished on 3 Mar. 2014 by Richard Bradford
Sands of the Kalahari is directed by Cy Endfield who also adapts the screenplay from the novel of the same name written by William Mulvihill. Read morePublished on 22 Dec. 2013 by Spike Owen
Turgid movie, lacklustre in progress and overall plot. Directionless direction at times, with some of the worst overacting ever seen from Nigel Davenport. Read morePublished on 23 April 2013 by Kilrymont