Elephant Walk (1953)

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The young bride of a rich planter finds herself the only white woman at Elephant Walk tea plantation, British Ceylon.




  • Elizabeth Taylor in Elephant Walk (1953)
  • Elizabeth Taylor in Elephant Walk (1953)
  • Peter Finch in Elephant Walk (1953)
  • Peter Finch in Elephant Walk (1953)
  • Elizabeth Taylor and Dana Andrews in Elephant Walk (1953)
  • Elizabeth Taylor and Peter Finch in Elephant Walk (1953)

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3 August 2005 | NewEnglandPat
| Man against nature with a romantic angle
Essentially a story of man versus nature, this film has beautiful cinematography, the lush jungles of Ceylon and the presence of Elizabeth Taylor but the film really never gets going. Newlwed Taylor is ignored and neglected by her husband and later is drawn to the plantation's foreman, played by Dana Andrews. The plantation is under the spell of owner Peter Finch's late father whose ghost casts a pall over Elephant Walk that becomes a major point of contention between Taylor and Finch. The elephants are determined to reclaim their traditional path to water that was blocked when the mansion was built across their right-of-way. The beasts go on a rampage and provides the best moments of action in the picture. Taylor and Andrews have some good moments as she struggles to remain a faithful wife in spite of he marital difficulties with Finch.

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