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Hatari!The movie portrays a group of professional wildlife catchers in Africa who trap wild animals then sell them to zoos. But when a female wildlife photographer appears, they are threatened to change their ways.
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Directors of "Hatari!"Howard HawksBirthdate: 30 May 1896, Goshen, Indiana, USA
Creators of "Hatari!"Leigh BrackettBirthdate: 7 December 1915, Los Angeles, California, USAHarry KurnitzBirthdate: 5 January 1908, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Hatari!"New YorkerMarch 14, 2016
Politics take a back seat to sex, served up in a dazzling wealth of innuendo.VarietyMay 13, 2008
The strapping physique of the film unhappily emphasizes the anemic condition of the story streaming within.Chicago ReaderMay 13, 2008
A broader canvas for the interaction of comedy and drama than its immediate predecessor (Rio Bravo), this is both discursive and leisurely.Chicago ReaderMay 13, 2008
This late masterpiece (1962) by Howard Hawks transcends every literary value in the book to become a brilliantly entertaining and insightful work of pure cinema.Time OutJune 24, 2006
All in all, one of those rare films that genuinely constitutes a 'late masterpiece'.New York TimesMay 09, 2005
Perhaps the accent on the trapping of free-roaming critters for use in zoos is a mite too heavy, but this aspect of African business rates the attention it receives here.Brooklyn MagazineApril 13, 2016
All dumb romance, immature jokes, (unconscious?) racism and a child's sense of adventure.Classic Film and TelevisionJuly 07, 2010
Richly entertaining, with vivid characters.TV GuideMay 13, 2008
The story is nothing more than a poor excuse for what Hawks really seems to be interested in presenting--big-game chases over the Kenyan veldt. These sequences are so well done that they save this otherwise-tepid film.Video-Reviewmaster.comMarch 22, 2008
Colorful John Wayne Africa-based yarn w/slapstick, adventure, animals, and great Mancini score.EmanuelLevy.ComFebruary 06, 2007
Hawks continues to explore his favorite themes--professional conduct and male camaraderie--in this African travelogue abouyt an international team of animals catchers, headed by John Wayne. Though plotless, the film is visually compelling.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsAugust 09, 2005
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