Sundown 1941

Sundown

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William Crawford (Bruce Cabot) is a British officer stationed in East Africa during World War II. His outpost is strategically important in the war effort and is constantly under risk of attack. Jan Kuypens (Carl Esmond), a Dutch scientist, and a mysterious woman named Zia (Gene Tierney) seek refuge in Crawford's fort. Zia reveals Kuypens is a traitor, forcing Crawford and his fellow British soldiers to defend the fort from Kuypens, or allow it to fall into the hands of the Nazis.

Cast

Bruce Cabot
as William Crawford
Cedric Hardwicke
as Bishop Coombes
Carl Esmond
as Kuypens
Jeni Le Gon
as Miriami
Dorothy Dandridge
as Kipsang's Bride
Gilbert Emery
as Ashburton
Horace Walker
as Lecherous Old Man
Eddie Das
as Pindi
Prince Modupe
as Miriami's Sweetheart
Hassan Said
as Arab Reader
Wesley Gale
as Native Boy
Jester Hairston
as Native Boy
Curtis Nero
as Corporal of Askaris
Al Duval
as Magabul
Kenny Washington
as Sgt. Kumakwa
Woody Strode
as Tribal Policeman
William Broadus
as Village Headman
Ivan Browning
as Signal Man
William Dunn
as Kipsang's Victim
Tetsu Komai
as Kuypens' Shenzi Aide
Darby Jones
as Camel Man
Blue Washington
as Askari Veteran
Laurence La Mar
as Shenzi Informer
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Critic Reviews for Sundown

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Audience Reviews for Sundown

  • Feb 16, 2012
    Not bad desert pic set in a time of colonialism in Kenya. Gene Tierney is fantastically beautiful but still green in front of the camera and miscast but she tries. George Sanders gives the best performance and seems looser than usual.
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