Errol Flynn is top-billed in Kim, but the title character is played by Dean Stockwell. The son of an Irish sergeant, young Kim wanders through the streets and hills of Colonial India, disguised as a native boy. Kim's adventures include an episode with a horse trader (Errol Flynn) who is actually a British secret agent; a sojourn with a holy lama ...
Errol Flynn is top-billed in Kim, but the title character is played by Dean Stockwell. The son of an Irish sergeant, young Kim wanders through the streets and hills of Colonial India, disguised as a native boy. Kim's adventures include an episode with a horse trader (Errol Flynn) who is actually a British secret agent; a sojourn with a holy lama (Paul Lukas) on a mysterious quest; and involvement with a plan to rid the Khyber Pass of Czarist Russian agitators. Kim had been in the planning stages since 1938 (those considered for the title role included Freddie Bartholomew and Mickey Rooney), but the property's catch-as-catch-can storyline, coupled with the changing political climate in postwar India, delayed production until 1949. While a great deal of Kim was filmed on location in India, some of the more complicated exterior sequences were lensed in Lone Pine, California. Hal Erickson, Rovi
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Laurette Luez, Arnold Moss, Cecil Kellaway, Thomas Gomez, Robert Douglas, Paul Lukas, Dean Stockwell, Errol Flynn. New. 1950 Run time: 113. Buy with confidence-Satisfaction Guaranteed! Delivery Confirmation included for all orders in the US.
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as a brilliant storyteller, bringing the readers a living breathing awareness of the richness of experience to be discovered in India (visual, intellectual, and spiritual) and a tutelage on the richness of the English language. Within the scope of this dramatic story he recounts the tension between rugged mountain rulers and the Brit effort to bring solidarity to a diverse people and establish the rule of law (albeit under the Crown). Kim, street urchin and orphan of an Irish soldier, is the centerpiece as forces beyond his understanding bring him into the company of a holy man, which leads to a sort of captivity within British culture and education, then as his 'street smarts' are revealed, he is enlisted into the "Great Game", that is, military intelligence. This movie, although not fully like the book, offers some depth of experience, better than a travelogue - including some stock footage of India during the raj rule, British Imperial India rule. Effort was made to bring some 'flavors' of the various environments and local color/local milieu to its production sets. For those of us who love those Errol Flynn swashbucklers, this story has intrigue enough to please without being action-heavy. For those of us who love stories with depth and breadth and implications, the starting point of Kipling's book was a great idea.