Doctor Smith and his wife, Mary,depart a riverboat and are met by Phil Talbot. Phil informs Dr. Smith that Jessup, the only other white man in the village, has died while the doctor and his wife were off on a two-day holiday. Unknown to Smith, Jessup and his partner, Ross King, had a large cache of ivory tusks in the jungle, and he had told Phil about it. Meanwhile, Mary Smith has decided to steam-boat down the Congo River to Capetown for an extended holiday. Kuba, King's gun-bearer, asks Smith to write a letter to King, currently residing at a New York City Explorer's Club, and advise him that his partner has died. Talbot sends a letter to his stateside sweetheart, Diane Cameron, and her father, asking them to come to Africa and join him on an ivory-treasure expedition, and replenish their family-fortune lost in the recent stock-market crash. What Mr. Cameron and Diane don't know about Talbot is that his years in Africa have unhinged him. On the voyage over, Diane meets Ross,and they...
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A Story of Ivory Hunting in the Congo
Did You Know?
This film's earliest documented telecasts took place in New York City Wednesday 16 August 1950 on Stardust Theatre on WATV (Channel 13) and again Wednesday 25 October 1950 on Starlit Playhouse on WOR (Channel 9), and in Los Angeles Tuesday 5 September 1950 on Movie Gems on KTTV (Channel 11). See more