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Sundown(1941)

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  • Black Amercian actors

    • jesse
    • 8/30/10

    most notable for long careers are Emmet Smith (not the sports person), an actor that first appeared in Stanley and Livingstone in 1939 and continued to work until 1962 in Hatrai with John Wayne, Smith appears as Kipsang a Masi soldier in service to the british, entertainer Dorothy Dandridge appears as his wife, and in a early film appearence Woodey Strode (credited as Woodrow W Strode) appears as a african policeman.

  • Sundown--forgotten history

    • jesse
    • 8/30/10

    A great cast, filmed in 1941 at the start of the war, the film shows the forgotten history of Italy, Germany trying to invade east Africa, the film also (strange for the time) that the British shared many racist ways of the Axis powers, the cast and good story make this film very watchable, Gene Tierney is alluring as the beauty Zia. Filmed in New Mexico, with footage of east Africa works very well. You can enjoy a good film, and learn more about history.

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