Mogambo (1953) - (Movie Clip) Let Me Jump To My Own Conclusions!
A good deal less bawdy than the equivalent Jean Harlow scene with the same leading man in the original (pre-Code) Red Dust, still alluring "Honey Bear" (Ava Gardner) in the shower meets angered safari guide Marswell (Clark Gable) early in John Ford's re-make, Mogambo, 1953.
Mogambo (1953) -- (Movie Clip) 99 Year Loan
Pro safari guide Marswell (Clark Gable) has grown fond of stranded Honey Kelly (Ava Gardner), even as shes about to leave, on the same boat that brings Grace Kelly and Donald Sinden (as Linda and Donald Nordley) for their own high-end tour, in John Fords Mogambo, 1953.
Mogambo (1953) -- (Movie Clip) The Remark Of A Cynical Man
Aristocratic Linda (Grace Kelly), whose husband is laid-up with a jungle illness, gets in trouble on an unauthorized walkabout, rescued by their crusty host Marswell (Clark Gable) from a panther, then stormy events, Honey (Ava Gardner) observing their heated parting, in John Ford's Mogambo, 1953.
Mogambo (1953) -- (Movie Clip) We Wore Onion Sacks
Big time battle of dinner dresses, Eloise (Ava Gardner) playful, Linda (Grace Kelly) and her recuperating husband Donald (Sinden) cheery, safari guide Marswell (Clark Gable) and sidekick Brownie (Philip Stainton) playing along, in John Ford's Mogambo, 1953.
Mogambo (1953) -- (Movie Clip) We Have Three Antidotes For Everything
Tough African safari-business guy Marswell (Clark Gable) isnt quite as solicitous as new arrival Linda (Grace Kelly) would like, when her husband (Donald Sinden) succumbs to the effects of a pre-jungle vaccination, in Mogambo, 1953, John Fords re-make of Red Dust, 1932.