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Dec 18, 2019Bogie heads an United Nations conglomeration of WW2 Allied soldiers on the run across the North African desert in the face of a crushing Nazi advance, everyone on the lookout for precious water. But who will find it first? Taut action and some little intrigue add to this survival drama wherein the fact of war only increases the tension. Dan Duryea as a good guy? Check. J. Carrol Naish in yet another finely drawn supporting role as a foreigner? Check. Lloyd Bridges as a Brit? Say what?
Apr 11, 2013kind of forgettable. i can say this cuz i watched it all the way to the last scene before i realized i had seen it before :\Stella D Super Reviewer
Nov 13, 2011Bogart puts in another great performance in this WWII classic.
Jun 01, 2011Sahara was a seriously overlooked Humphrey Bogart gem that sadly gets none of the credit it deserves. Its not really Bogart's movie, more of a team effort with great camaraderie and chemistry between the characters and cast respectively. Sahara has great photography and avoids the claustrophobic studio sets of the time. The movie does get a little sentimental but what do you want from a war movie that came out during WWII? All of this and watching a Nazi die in a pretty gruesome way gets you yelling at the screen. A must for any Bogart fan.Michael G Super Reviewer