Original film poster
|Directed by||Robert Lynn|
|Produced by||Harry Alan Towers|
Oliver A. Unger
|Written by||Peter Yeldham|
Harry Alan Towers (story)
|Starring||Steve Cochran |
|Music by||Johnny Douglas|
|Edited by||Peter Boita|
|Distributed by||Seven Arts Pictures|
Mozambique is a 1965 British/German international co-production drama film filmed in the title location produced by Harry Alan Towers, directed by Robert Lynn, written by Peter Yeldham and starring Steve Cochran in his final film role, Hildegard Knef, Paul Hubschmid and Vivi Bach.
An American pilot assists the Portuguese colonial police who are battling a gang of criminals involved in drug smuggling from Lisbon via Mozambique to Zanzibar.
- Steve Cochran as Brad Webster
- Hildegard Knef as Ilona Valdez
- Paul Hubschmid as Commarro
- Vivi Bach as Christina
- Dietmar Schönherr as Henderson
- Martin Benson as Da Silva
- George Leech as Carl
- Gert Van den Bergh as Arab
- MOZAMBIQUE Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 32, Iss. 372, (Jan 1, 1965): 137.
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