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King Solomon's Mines (1937) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Robert Stevenson .

Academy Awards 1950 --- Ceremony Number 23 (source: AMPAS)

Best CinematographyRobert SurteesWon
Best Film EditingRalph E. Winters, Conrad A. NervigWon

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Cmdr. Good: [commenting on Umbopa's abdominal tattoo] I always thought that fellow had a drop of royal blood in him! You don't get a snake on your stomach for nothing, you know!

Allan Quartermaine: You know, O'Brien, there's only one kind of man that it's useless to argue with.
Patrick 'Patsy' O'Brien: And that is?
Allan Quartermaine: A fool!

Allan Quartermaine: Who are you?
Umbopa: I'm a man who looks for diamonds and hangs about your camp. That's what YOU said!

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