Director Henry Hathaway
Music director Miklos Rozsa
Genre War, Drama
Country United States
|Writer Charles G. Booth, Barre Lyndon|
Release date October 31, 1941 (1941-10-31)
Initial release October 16, 1941 (Los Angeles)
Screenplay Charles G. Booth, Barre Lyndon
Cast Gene Tierney (Graham 'Zia' Fletcher), George Sanders (Major A.L. Coombes), Bruce Cabot (William Crawford), Harry Carey (Dewey), Joseph Calleia (Pallini), Reginald Gardiner (Lieutenant Roddy Turner)
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Tagline She was too dangerous to love!
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Sundown is a 1941 American war film directed by Henry Hathaway and starring Bruce Cabot and Gene Tierney. The film's adventure story, set against a World War II backdrop in British East Africa, was well received by critics, earning three Academy Award nominations but was not a box office success.
During production, several of the camels became dehydrated and drank too much water too quickly, causing them to become intoxicated. The camels had to be run in the heat until they regained their composure.
According to Variety the film earned rentals in the US of $1,050,000. The film earned a loss of $658,824.
ReferencesSundown (1941 film) Wikipedia
Sundown (1941 film) IMDb Sundown (1941 film) themoviedb.org