Mogambo (1953) was a Drama - Adventure Film directed by John Ford and produced by Sam Zimbalist.
Academy Awards 1953 --- Ceremony Number 26 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actress||Ava Gardner||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Grace Kelly||Nominated|
90 Years of MGM- 1932’s Red Dust and 1953’s MogamboBy Orson De Welles on Jun 26, 2014 From Classic Film Freak
Share This!The battle of the sexes! The battle of the gorillas! These two films basically follow the same general plot but as pieces of entertainment are as different as a hurricane and a drought. And, although this is a reposting of an old post from a few years ago, we have one important change to ... Read full article
“All Sorts of Hunger in the World”: MogamboBy Brandie on Aug 25, 2013 From True Classics
Two decades after burning up the screen with Jean Harlow in Red Dust (1932), Clark Gable returned to the material that had made him one of the preeminent leading men of the 1930s when he starred in?Mogambo?(1953). This time around, the action–shot on location and brought to life in splendid Te... Read full article
Mogambo(1953).By Dawn on Jul 2, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Mogambo(1953). Directer: John Ford. Cast: Clark Gable, Ava Gardner, Grace Kelly and Donald Sinden. The film was adapted from the play by Wilson Colliso. Kelly won a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress (1954), and the film was nominated for two Oscars, Best Actress in a Leading Role (Gardner), a... Read full article
MogamboBy RBuccicone on Mar 20, 2012 From MacGuffin Movies
Mogambo (1953) ?????Twenty-one years after Clark Gable made the exotically set romantic triangle drama Red Dust, he made it again. Gable’s rubber plantation owner in Indochina moves to Africa to a job in exotic animal sales for Mogambo.?Replace Jean Harlow‘s slutty prostitute with Ava Ga... Read full article
Cinema Style File--The Colorful Ava Gardner in MOGAMBO and BAREFOOT CONTESSAon Nov 16, 2010 From GlamAmor
Ava Gardner is TCM's Star of the Month for November and, as always, it's a thrill to watch her. She's a fiery actress, full of a strength and sexuality that never wavers. Her acting comes from her story, too, which is an incredible one. Grew up poor in North Carolina, moved to New York and had he... Read full article
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John Brown-Pryce: So you hit the high spots and the gay beaches, trying to forget again.
Eloise Kelly: Yeah. Great strength of character.
Victor Marswell: I make my contribution to this mixed-up community they call the world.
Eloise Kelly: Everything snarls around this joint!
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Deborah Kerr and Lana Turner were sought for the female leads.
Clark Gable was unimpressed by the script and was wary of reprising his Red Dust role after 21 years. He only agreed to make the movie after Across the Wide Missouri and Lone Star both flopped at the box office.
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