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there was no functional reason for John Wayne’s seat outside of their work vehicle in Hatari (1962).  It was just more cinematic, and more dangerous for the audience to experience.  The promo called it “A wonderful new world of entertainment.”

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Elsa Martinelli goes for a “Baby Elephant Walk” to the music of Henry Mancini in Hatari (1962)

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John Wayne on location in Africa for Hatari (1962)

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back at the lodge in Hatari (1962)

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John Wayne in Hatari (1962).  No animals were harmed during the making of the film.  Those animals that were trapped were delivered to zoos around the world.

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John Wayne and Hardy Kruger in Hatari (1962)

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Germany v France in a shooting contest in Hatari (1962).

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group photo for Hatari (1962)

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Elsa Martinelli, John Wayne, and a baby elephant in Hatari (1962)

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Michele Girardon, John Wayne and Hardy Kruger in a scene from Hatari (1962)

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foreign lobby card for Hatari (1962)

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foreign lobby card for Hatari (1962)

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foreign lobby card for Hatari (1962)

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foreign lobby card for Hatari (1962)

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foreign lobby card for Hatari (1962)