The New Pictures, Sep. 25, 1944

Dangerous Journey (20th Century-Fox) is a travel picture made by Armand and Leila Roosevelt Denis, producers of the magnificent Dark Rapture (1938). Among its glimpses of the Belgian Congo, the Ganges, Ceylon and Burma there are only a few shots which, in the words of Baedeker, need detain the tourist. But these few make the picture worth seeing. Best:

¶ The gigantic, incredibly handsome Watusi tribesmen (featured at length in Dark Rapture); the pursuit and capture of a wild elephant (a sequence lifted bodily from the older film).

¶A Burmese girl from whom, coil...

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