Africa Adventure: Newspaper columnist, war correspondent, globetrotter and novelist Robert C. Ruark, adding to his credentials as successor to Lowell Thomas, takes a leave of absence and goes on an African Safari, setting out from Nairobi in Kenya, British East Africa and continuing to the northern frontier. He films the natives, considers their customs and goes on to hunt big game. Between intervals of native dances, Ruark also "bags the biggest bull elephant since time began", as well as a rhino. The safari, financed by RKO, served Ruark in gathering material for his novel Something of Value, later filmed by Richard Brooks.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||September 02, 1954|
|Director:||Robert C Ruark|
|Actors:||Ali John Sutton Mohammed|
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