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Gerard Blaine and Michele Girardon see something humorous. probably involving a wild animal, in Hatari (1962).

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Hardy Kruger as Kurt Muller and Gerard Blaine as Chips Maurey  on location in Africa for Hatari (1962).

 

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Gerard Blaine and John Wayne in a publicity still for Hatari (1962).  Gerard is the only actor to work with both Howard Hawks and Jean-Luc Godard.

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John Wayne supervises target practice in an original publicity still for Hatari (1962).  No animals were shot during filming.

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a successful catch in Hatari (1962).

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It looks like John Wayne’s right foot is stuck in the head of a dummy in an original publicity still for Hatari (1962).

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John Wayne, Red Buttons, Gerard Blaine and members of the Warusha tribe in a publicity still for Hatari (1962).

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A fight breaks out among the work team in Hatari (1962).

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Howard Hawks work team of Valentin de Vargas, Gerard Blaine, John Wayne, Elsa Martinelli, Red Buttons, Hardy Kruger and Michele Girardon pose in Africa for Hatari (1962).

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publicity still for Hatari (1962) featuring members of the Warusha tribe of Tanzania.

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Gerard Blaine with members of the Warusha tribe behind the scenes of Hatari (1962) in Tanganyika, Africa, now Tanzania.

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Gerard Blaine and Hardy Kruger behind the scenes of Hatari (1962) in Tanganyika.  Howard Hawks’ original choice opposite John Wayne was Clark Gable, but when Clark wanted too much money, he settled on foreigners Gerard and Hardy,

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Howard Hawks directing Hatari (1962) in Africa with John Wayne and Gerard Blaine although John is doing all the work in this photo.  Hawks originally wanted Clark Gable to star opposite John Wayne, but Clark wanted too much money, and he passed away before filming began.  Hawks eventually settled on two foreigners, Gerard Blaine and Hardy Kruger.

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The cast of Hatari (1962) enjoying the company of the Warusha tribe of Tanzania, Africa.