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The Mark of the Hawk

1957 - ENGLISH - MOVIE

Drama

The man called Obam struggles with the increasingly hostile forces facing each other in a colonial African country. The African natives want their land and lives back from the British colonists. Obam's motives are questioned by his own people, in particular his brother Kanda. With the help of his wife Renee and missionary Bruce Craig, will he be able to get things under control before the country self-destructs? Written by Greg Bruno The Mark of the Hawk is a 1957 English-language Drama movie starring Sidney Poitier, Eartha Kitt, John Mcintire, Juano Hernandez, Helen Horton, Marne Maitland and John A. Tinn. The Mark of the Hawk was Produced by Lloyd Young. The Mark of the Hawk is written by Lloyd Young and directed by Michael Audley. Universal-International acquired the distribution rights for the film. The Mark of the Hawk was released on 4th March 1958 and takes a screen time of 83-85 minutes. Cinematography was done by Erwin Hillier and editing by Edward Jarvis. The music was composed by Matyas Seiber.
  • Jini Score
    4%
  • Rating
    5.1/10
  • Jini Score
    4%
  • Rating
    5.1/10
The man called Obam struggles with the increasingly hostile forces facing each other in a colonial African country. The African natives want their land and lives back from the British colonists. Obam's motives are questioned by his own people, in particular his brother Kanda. With the help of his wife Renee and missionary Bruce Craig, will he be able to get things under control before the country self-destructs? Written by Greg Bruno The Mark of the Hawk is a 1957 English-language Drama movie starring Sidney Poitier, Eartha Kitt, John Mcintire, Juano Hernandez, Helen Horton, Marne Maitland and John A. Tinn. The Mark of the Hawk was Produced by Lloyd Young. The Mark of the Hawk is written by Lloyd Young and directed by Michael Audley. Universal-International acquired the distribution rights for the film. The Mark of the Hawk was released on 4th March 1958 and takes a screen time of 83-85 minutes. Cinematography was done by Erwin Hillier and editing by Edward Jarvis. The music was composed by Matyas Seiber.