White Cargo (1942) Movie Details

White Cargo
English
Richard Thorpe
Bronislau Kaper
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
(India)
1 hr 28 mins
5.7/10
Rating: 5.7/10 from 100 users

White Cargo Movie Cast

Hedy Lamarr
as Tondelayo
Walter Pidgeon
as Mr. Harry Witzel
Frank Morgan
as The Doctor
Richard Carlson
as Mr. Langford
Reginald Owen
as Skipper of the Congo Queen
Henry O'Neill
as The Reverend Dr. Roberts
Bramwell Fletcher
as Wilbur Ashley
Clyde Cook
as Ted, First Mate of the Congo Queen
Leigh Whipper
as Jim Fish
Oscar Polk
as Umeela
Darby Jones
as Darby
Richard Ainley
as Mr. Worthing

White Cargo Crew List

Director of Photography : Harry Stradling Sr.
Director :
Editor : Fredrick Y. Smith
Producer : Victor Saville
Original Music Composer :
Novel : Ida Vera Simonton
Screenplay : Leon Gordon
Theatre Play : Leon Gordon

White Cargo International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
12-12-1942
India
12-12-1942

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In Africa early in World War II, a British rubber plantation executive reminisces about his arrival in the Congo in 1910. He tells the story of a love-hate triangle involving Harry Witzel, an in-country station superintendent who'd seen it all, Langford, a new manager sent from England for a four-year stint, and Tondelayo, a siren of great beauty who desires silk and baubles. Witzel is gruff and seasoned, certain that Langford won't be able to cut it. Langford responds with determination and anger, attracted to Tondelayo because of her beauty, her wiles, and to get at Witzel. Manipulation, jealousy, revenge, and responsibility play out as alliances within the triangle shift.

White Cargo

White Cargo is a 1942 English Film stars Hedy Lamarr , Walter Pidgeon , Frank Morgan , Richard Carlson , Reginald Owen , Henry O'Neill , Bramwell Fletcher , Clyde Cook , Leigh Whipper , Oscar Polk , Darby Jones , Richard Ainley , directed by Richard Thorpe & music by Bronislau Kaper.