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Just a well made,well acted funny war fable.....they'd have to cut the s#$t out of the script to remake it today though.
Decent enough romp if you ignore the imperialism. Imagine Carry Grant punching asian people in the face for 2 hours. Apparently he was English but can't do an English accent.
Go watch this movie right now. Tons of fun. It has everything, laughs, action, and tear jerking moments.
Holds up incredibly well. No joke is overdone, a lot of variety.
I can see that films like Indianan Jones and The Man who would be King be inspired by this film.
I can't praise it enough. Check it out. NOW!
Action and Adventure. Influential but of another era.
El mejor film de aventuras . 10 estrellas!!!
Though the cast appears to be having a grand time, the cultural stereotypes and long length of Gunga Din makes it a bit tiring to watch.
Since my age was a single digit, I've watched this film more times than I can count. Simply a great story with excitement, humour, top quality acting and a timeless soundtrack.
A funny, nicely paced action adventure movie.
A hilarious and enjoyable Indian adventure, even it's made more than 75 years ago.
The blackface in the film is so unrealistic it detracts from the film, and there is nothing within the film that is laudable, other than the praise of a fictional Indian's courage in a world where only white achievements were generally acknowledged. None of the performances stood out, not even Cary Grant's. Long-winded with no entertainment to show for it.