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Untamed (1955)
Starring Tyrone Power and Susan Hayward

Beautiful print and will play in all DVD players.
Director: Henry King
Writers: Talbot Jennings, Frank Fenton (screenplay)

Stars: Tyrone Power, Susan Hayward, Richard Egan, John Justin, Agnes Moorehead, Rita Moreno, Hope Emerson, Brad Dexter, Henry O'Neill
Filming locations include Cape Town and Durban, South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal, and Ireland
The film was banned in India for presenting 'disparaging' impressions of life in Africa.
Tyrone Power's final film under contract to the studio, for which he had worked for 18 years.
South African Helga Moray loosely based her best-selling novel on the life of one of her female ancestors. Moray originally wrote an outline of the story, sold its screen rights to producer William A. Bacher, then expanded the story into a full-length novel.
The film is set before the actual Boer War (1899-1902), during which the Afrikaners, as the descendants of the Dutch settlers in South Africa were known, rebelled against Great Britain, the colonial government of the country at the time.
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