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However, I have no idea how much of this is true and how much was fancy.
The film then ends with Wilson confronting his elephant, a showdown which claims the lives of several African villagers, who up until this point have largely been invisible.
The Complete Book of Card Games.
In particular, the book involves racial tension in the South which is as relevant today as it was back then.
Wilson is willing to hold up production just so he can do the manly dead.
The African Queen and King Solomon's Mines set a new standard because the public did not want to see cheap back lot jungle sets any longer.
Acting wise, Eastwood's mimicry of the inimitable Huston is mostly inept, but his dialogue is so good and he's so charismatic as a movie star that Wilson nevertheless turns into one of Eastwood's more interesting performances.