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The feature film starring Harry Guardino
Robert Culp , Shirley Eaton
While on safari Dr Jim Hanlon , a scientist devoted to saving African animals from extinction, finds himself at war with the big game poachers - in particular the unscrupulous Alec Burnett. When Burnett is offered a high price by a black marketeer for two rare white rhinos, he joins forces with Hanlon, believing that the latter's drugs and tranquillisers will make the task easier.
Screenplay by ART ARTHUR and ARTHUR WEISS From a story by ART ARTHUR Produced by BEN CHAPMAN Directed by IVAN TORS Films: page 17


Unknown: Harry Guardino
Unknown: Robert Culp
Unknown: Shirley Eaton
Unknown: Dr Jim Hanlon
Unknown: Alec Burnett.
Play By: Art Arthur
Unknown: Arthur Weiss
Story By: Art Arthur
Produced By: Ben Chapman
Directed By: Ivan Tors
Alec Burnett: Harry Guardino
Dr Jim Hanlon: Robert Culp
Edith Arleigh: Shirley Eaton
JopO: Harry Mekela
Haragay: George Lane

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