Trader Horn

1931, Adventure, 2h 3m

8 Reviews 100+ Ratings

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Famous African explorer Trader Horn (Harry Carey) sails to a small village with Peru (Duncan Renaldo), his best friend's son. That night, their camp is disrupted by the arrival of Trader's friend Edith Trent (Olive Carey), a missionary searching for her missing daughter, Nina (Edwina Booth). Shortly afterwards, Trader and Peru come across Edith's dead body. Continuing the expedition, they discover Nina is now the evil leader of a nearby tribe, and plans to sacrifice them.

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  • Oct 03, 2021
    This is W. S. Van Dyke II's baby here. He's the director and the film is all about an expedition into darkest Africa to find (gasp!), a white woman who was kidnapped. Yes, another safari movie, only this film sort of set the mold as it were. There is a story too, some conjecture about there being two hunters: one is young, virile but inexperienced, while the other is more mature, and maybe too mature. Which will the poor girl choose? But the real gist of the film is the wildness, the difference, of Africa, and this is what Van Dyke is there for and what he delivers. It's intriguing to consider how much of what he filmed has remained since then, 90 years ago.
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  • May 12, 2014
    Known for producing some of the best wildlife footage of its time, Trader Horn unfortunately decides to give us a story line as well. It's a white man defeats the jungle sort of inappropriate thing.
    John B Super Reviewer

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