King Solomon's Mines

You might think this old adventure flick is too typically cliché to be of any worth to the 21st century audience, but there is still more than enough substance to satisfy film buffs. They might even fall in love with it! It comes packed with everything from a highly eventful script, to good performances from the cast, and it even contains songs sung by "Old Man River" Paul Robeson. Typical of cheesy 30's Hollywood it may be, but it's damn entertaining.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Paul Robeson, Cedric Hardwicke, Roland Young, Anna Lee, John Loder, Arthur Sinclair, Robert Adams, Arthur Goullet, Ecce Homo Toto

Directed by:

Robert Stevenson


1937 adventure

Not Rated.


Don Ignacio's score: B+

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