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|Adventure Theater - Double Feature Indian Paint/African Safari|
Actors: Johnny Crawford, Jay Silverheels, Pat Hogan, George J. Lewis, Joan Hallmark
Directors: Norman Foster, Ronald E. Shanin
Genres: Action & Adventure, Westerns, Indie & Art House, Drama
Indian PaintA heart-warming story about an Indian boy who raises a wild colt becoming extraordinarily close o the animal. When- in the course of their many perilous adventures- the boy and the colt become separated from t... more »
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James P. (bluebolt7) from AMERICUS, GA
Reviewed on 3/12/2010...
Adventure Theater - Double Feature: Indian Paint/African Safari contains the following two films....
A heart-warming story about an Indian boy who raises a wild colt, becoming extraordinarily close to the animal. When - in the course of their many perilous adventures - the boy and the colt become separated from their tribe, months pass before they return to the home campfires, forcing the boy to learn valuable lessons of survival, love and life. Starring Jay Silverheels and Johnny Crawford
1964 - Color - Approx. 91 minutes
Based on a true story, this is an engrossing, intriguing look at the exciting and sometimes hair-raising adventures of animal collector Ron Shanin, as he travels through Central and East Africa.
1967 - Color - Approx. 98 minutes
NOSTALGIA, Very Original Film African Safari
Sudarshanarao Duttaluri | Boston USA | 05/20/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I had seen it when i was VERY young. Most of the scenes I remember as vividly as things i have seen an hour ago. DO not miss it!!!"
UNFORGETTABLE CLASSIC ADVENTURE
Tenacious | 06/26/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My buddies and I would skip school to watch this matinée eons ago - an unforgettable adventure classic - when Africa was unspoiled; so were our innocent minds! Nowadays, one tends to view such endeavors thru' tinted glasses of the misinformed 'Preservationists": Watch Ron kidnap some rare species of African wildlife for wealthy Bawanas in the West. Check out Ron's idea of "Playing Chicken" with some of Africa's Big 5, and that unforgettable shot at a defenseless, thoroughly ticked-off lion in full charge defending its turf. Oh. And lest we forget (for those who're into pygmy fetishes!), a short footage of indigenous nudes, a la National Geographic - No African movie is complete without it! All in all, a memorable `docutainment' of the legendary Africa of yesteryear."