African Queen - The African Queen

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Format: DVD
Label: PRT
Rel. Date: 04/25/2017
UPC: 032429273277

The African Queen
Artist: African Queen
Format: DVD

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Starring Academy Awardr winners* HUMPHREY BOGART and KATHARINE HEPBURN, The African Queen tells the timeless tale of two mismatched strangers joining forces in a common cause - and finding love along the way. The story chronicles the burgeoning romance between Bogie's river rat Charlie Allnut and Hepburn's missionary Rose Sayer, as they reluctantly join forces to torpedo a German gunboat in war-torn East Africa. Directed by Academy Awardr winner* JOHN HUSTON, and filmed on location in the Belgian Congo, The African Queen is arguably one of the finest films ever made - with one of the most legendary star pairings ever to appear on the screen!*Humphrey Bogart: 1951, Best Actor, The African Queen; Katharine Hepburn: 1932/33, Best Actress, Morning Glory; 1967, Best Actress, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner ; 1968, Best Actress, The Lion in Winter; 1981, Best Actress in a Leading Role, On Golden Pond *1948, Best Directing and Best Writing (Screenplay), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre'ACADEMY AWARDSr' is the registered trademark and service mark of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. (English), Starring Academy Awardr winners* HUMPHREY BOGART and KATHARINE HEPBURN, The African Queen tells the timeless tale of two mismatched strangers joining forces in a common cause - and finding love along the way. The story chronicles the burgeoning romance between Bogie's river rat Charlie Allnut and Hepburn's missionary Rose Sayer, as they reluctantly join forces to torpedo a German gunboat in war-torn East Africa. Directed by Academy Awardr winner* JOHN HUSTON, and filmed on location in the Belgian Congo, The African Queen is arguably one of the finest films ever made - with one of the most legendary star pairings ever to appear on the screen!*Humphrey Bogart: 1951, Best Actor, The African Queen; Katharine Hepburn: 1932/33, Best Actress, Morning Glory; 1967, Best Actress, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner ; 1968, Best Actress, The Lion in Winter; 1981, Best Actress in a Leading Role, On Golden Pond *1948, Best Directing and Best Writing (Screenplay), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre'ACADEMY AWARDSr' is the registered trademark and service mark of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. (Spanish)