Rugged handsome adventurer Allan Quartermain is hired by the gorgeous Kathleen O'Brien to find her missing father, who has ventured into the African Interior seeking the fabled treasure of King Solomon's Mines. Accompanied by her dauntless, and strangely regal, African guide Umbopa they sally forth across the treacherous desert, surviving it only to be waylaid by the scurrilous native chief Twala and his abominable tribal witch doctor - the loathsome Gagool.

Will Quartermain's stiff upper lip stand him in good stead or will he have to resort to fisticuffs and give the savages a damned good thrashing ...

Starring Sir Cedric Hardwicke and black singer and civil rights activist Paul Robeson, this Gainsborough FIlms production was the first movie adaptation of H. Rider Haggard's best selling novel. Produced in 1937 it is generally recognised as being the best of the movie adaptations, with solid performances throughout, set design by Oscar-winner and Powell & Pressburger stalwart Alfred Junge and assured and exciting direction by the Oscar-nominated Robert Stevenson., Rugged handsome adventurer Allan Quartermain is hired by the gorgeous Kathleen O'Brien to find her missing father, who has ventured into the African Interior seeking the fabled treasure of King Solomon's Mines. Accompanied by her dauntless, and strangely regal, African guide Umbopa they sally forth across the treacherous desert, surviving it only to be waylaid by the scurrilous native chief Twala and his abominable tribal witch doctor - the loathsome Gagool.

Will Quartermain's stiff upper lip stand him in good stead or will he have to resort to fisticuffs and give the savages a damned good thrashing ...

Starring Sir Cedric Hardwicke and black singer and civil rights activist Paul Robeson, this Gainsborough FIlms production was the first movie adaptation of H. Rider Haggard's best selling novel. Produced in 1937 it is generally recognised as being the best of the movie adaptations, with solid performances throughout, set design by Oscar-winner and Powell & Pressburger stalwart Alfred Junge and assured and exciting direction by the Oscar-nominated Robert Stevenson.

Special Features:

  • None Listed
Certificate:
U
Actor:
Anna Lee

John Loder

Cedric Hardwicke

Roland Young

Paul Robeson
Director:
Robert Stevenson
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
4:3
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
studio:
Network

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Rugged handsome adventurer Allan Quartermain is hired by the gorgeous Kathleen O'Brien to find her missing father, who has ventured into the African Interior seeking the fabled treasure of King Solomon's Mines. Accompanied by her dauntless, and strangely regal, African guide Umbopa they sally forth across the treacherous desert, surviving it only to be waylaid by the scurrilous native chief Twala and his abominable tribal witch doctor - the loathsome Gagool.

Will Quartermain's stiff upper lip stand him in good stead or will he have to resort to fisticuffs and give the savages a damned good thrashing ...

Starring Sir Cedric Hardwicke and black singer and civil rights activist Paul Robeson, this Gainsborough FIlms production was the first movie adaptation of H. Rider Haggard's best selling novel. Produced in 1937 it is generally recognised as being the best of the movie adaptations, with solid performances throughout, set design by Oscar-winner and Powell & Pressburger stalwart Alfred Junge and assured and exciting direction by the Oscar-nominated Robert Stevenson., Rugged handsome adventurer Allan Quartermain is hired by the gorgeous Kathleen O'Brien to find her missing father, who has ventured into the African Interior seeking the fabled treasure of King Solomon's Mines. Accompanied by her dauntless, and strangely regal, African guide Umbopa they sally forth across the treacherous desert, surviving it only to be waylaid by the scurrilous native chief Twala and his abominable tribal witch doctor - the loathsome Gagool.

Will Quartermain's stiff upper lip stand him in good stead or will he have to resort to fisticuffs and give the savages a damned good thrashing ...

Starring Sir Cedric Hardwicke and black singer and civil rights activist Paul Robeson, this Gainsborough FIlms production was the first movie adaptation of H. Rider Haggard's best selling novel. Produced in 1937 it is generally recognised as being the best of the movie adaptations, with solid performances throughout, set design by Oscar-winner and Powell & Pressburger stalwart Alfred Junge and assured and exciting direction by the Oscar-nominated Robert Stevenson.

Special Features:

  • None Listed
Certificate:
U
Actor:
Anna Lee

John Loder

Cedric Hardwicke

Roland Young

Paul Robeson
Director:
Robert Stevenson
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
4:3
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
studio:
Network
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