An abnormally hairy, scratching, apish Bogart and a normally haughty Hepburn appear to thrive and purr and scarcely conceal their delight amid the purported annoyances of the Congo wilderness, of the First World War, and of each other's company. James Agee's script seems somewhat trampled-on, as though it were regarded as no more than a functional performing-platform for the two dazzling stars. Directed by John Huston. 1951.

2.0 stars

— Duncan Shepherd

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