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In this 1976 comedy pilot John Baxter and his partner Howard run the firm Safari Express, which has everything prepared for the tourists, even a friendly chief with the 'dangerous' local tribe. John and his tame chimpanzee find a wandering beauty in the wilderness with complete amnesia except for one unintelligible word. Shortly after a certain Mr. van Daalen offers the partners a fortune to help him supply arms for a fratricidal coup within the tribe; even pacifist John's fists can't cure Howard from the rich temptation, but he gets dangerous doubts after Miriam's resuming memory proves the key to understanding an even more sinister plan behind the coup, which John must prevent practically on his own, as the only two colonial constables are completely useless...
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If you like foreign comedies from the 1970s in the Bud Spencer - Terence Hill vein then you'll like this, I'd even say its much better than Hill and Spencers African comedy "I'm For the Hippopatamus." The main star Gemma is himself the veteran of several Spaghetti Westerns, of particular note a great comedy called "Sundance Cassidy and Butch the Kid" similar to the Trinity films.
As for this DVD the video quality isn't great, but then again where else can you get this in English and Region One? Coincidentally, Amazon also sells AFRICA EXPRESS on DVD, I wonder is it really SAFARI EXPRESS since the above advertised DVD is really AFRICA EXPRESS?