Gunga Din (1939)

Rated NR

Three British soldiers in India are doing fine until one of them decides they want to get married. The two decide to trick the third into a last mission to stop the Thuggee cult. Starring Cary Grant, Victor McLaglen, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Sam Jaffe

The movie is based on a poem by  Rudyard Kipling. It’s a film that is the essence of slapstick and seeing Cary Grant in that role was a joy. It’s a wonderful cinematic film. Cinematography was wonderfully done being shot in California than India. This film is a perfect mixture of screwball adventure comedy.

 

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