Rampage (1963)

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In colonial Malaysia, British big game-hunter Otto Abbot and American trapper Harry Stanton clash over the ethics of catching versus killing animals and over Abbot's mistress, Anna.


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  • Elsa Martinelli in Rampage (1963)
  • Elsa Martinelli in Rampage (1963)
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  • Robert Mitchum and Elsa Martinelli in Rampage (1963)
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14 February 2000 | brooks-13
9
| A Hemingwayesque drama of man, woman, and jungle.
This movie is underrated. Robert Mitchum is at his laid-back best as the trapper and Elsa Martinelli is sexy and strong in the female lead. Jack Hawkins is fine, and it's nice to see Sabu in a strong role after The Jungle Book. The musical score (by Elmer Bernstein) is melodic, almost as good as his Magnificent Seven soundtrack. Set this all in verdant Africa with a tiger hunt thrown in, and it makes for good viewing.

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