The Comedians in Africa

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Documentary (1967)

Elizabeth Taylor (Herself)
Richard Burton (Himself)
Alec Guinness (Himself)
Peter Ustinov (Himself)
Roscoe Lee Browne (Himself)
Georg Stanford Brown (Himself)

A behind the scenes short dealing with the making of Les comédiens. Although the story takes place in Haiti, it was actually filmed in Dahomey (now called Benin). Includes short interviews with Alec Guinness, Paul Ford, Richard Burton and others.

Douglas DC-8-33

Douglas DC-8-33 of Air Afrique.

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