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"Dark of the Sun" is a 1968 adventure-war film starring Rod Taylor, Yvette Mimieux, Jim Brown, and Peter Carsten. The film, which was directed by Jack Cardiff, is based on Wilbur Smith's 1965 novel, The Dark of the Sun. The story about a band of mercenaries sent on a dangerous mission during the Congo Crisis was adapted into a screenplay by Ranald MacDougall. Critics condemned the film on its original release for its graphic scenes of violence and torture.
- also known as The Mercenaries
- countries: United States of America, United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- producer: George Englund
- written by Ranald MacDougall & Adrian Spies
- based on "Dark of the Sun" by Wilbur A. Smith
- music by Jacques Loussier
- genres: War film, Adventure Film
- subject: Cold War
- released on (47 years ago)
- "Dark of the Sun" is a book written by Wilbur Smith.
- also known as "The Dark of the Sun", The Dark of the Sun
- author: Wilbur A. Smith
- "Dark of the Sun" is a book by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.
- genres: Horror, Fiction, Fantasy, Speculative fiction
- subjects: Horror, Vampire
- copyright: 2004-11
- "Dark of the Sun" is a musical album of Jacques Loussier, soundtrack.
- also known as Dark of the Sun Soundtrack, Dark of the Sun Film Score
- released in (48 years ago)
- "Dark of the Sun" is a composition, cataloged instance.
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Dark of the Sun / The Mercenaries (English, Jack Cardiff, 1967 Dark Warrior, The (Zulu, David Bensusan, 1987, South Africa) Dark-Haired Girl ...
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