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Writer Harry Street reflects on his life as he lies dying from an infection while on safari in the shadow of Mount Kilamanjaro.
Ava Gardner's second film based an Ernest Hemingway short story, after "The Killers" (1946). Both were short tales that had to be expanded considerably by their screenwriters to become feature-length films.
There's a wonderful book in it. Maybe I'll write it some day.
Cynthia Green: Darling!
Harry Street: Don't spoil it! Don't talk it all away!
At the restaurant in Spain, prior to when Harry leaves Cynthia at the table, he puts his left hand on her left arm in the long shot. In the closer shot, he is seen to take his right hand off her left arm as he stands up.
English, French, Spanish, Swahili
$18,050,000 (USA) (31 December 1952)
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