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Hatari!(1962)

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  • Hatari!

    • Alison Taylor
    • 5/12/14

    Like others I love this movie and look for it all the time, but I can never find it in your lineup. Why not?

  • Hatari

    • kathy sharpe
    • 1/28/13

    I love this movie, but you never play it on tv, I love all of john wayne movies and you guys play them alot but only the westerns, i would like to sse Hatari, Donavons Reef, the Silent Man this movie to me is 6 stars

  • The Duke and animals

    • Steven Johnson
    • 4/11/11

    Best non-Western John Wayne movie, excellent soundtrack and amazing cinematography.

  • Howard Hawks and John Wayne

    • David Atkins
    • 11/22/10

    A classic star John Wayne and a legendary director Howard Hawks went to Africa to make this wonderful Paramount movie about animal wildlife. Terrific scenery and a very able supporting cast.John Wayne was a star that towered literally over any project.Lest anyone ever forget a John Wayne movie was a John Wayne movie, and amen to that!

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    • J.R. Stanley
    • 10/8/08

    Having seen "Hatari!" many times since 1963, I was taken aback when recently watching a documentary.The late Howard Hawks was being interviewed on the subject of his films and in his off-handed speaking style, said something about wondering what "Hatari!" would have been like as originally planned. He said Clark Gable was planning to join him and John Wayne in Africa as soon as he completed "The Misfits" for John Huston. Of course Gable died shortly after shooting the Huston film. Gable and Wayne had never worked together, but were hunting buddies with Hawks and others.Hawks (always tinkered with his scripts, usually uncredited) and Leigh Brackett re-wrote "Hatari!" into what became the hit action comedy.

  • A Unique Classic

    • Austin Horn
    • 2/7/07

    This film is fun and exciting from beginning to end. It is a such an original setting and story, and it is a likable film no matter what our taste in movies is. The comedy and humor is smart and appealing. I recommend the scene where a rocket is used to capture monkeys. I am sure you will add this to your list of favorites if you give it only one chance.

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