“Bulldog Drummond in Africa” is a 1938 adventure film directed by Louis King and starring John Howard, Heather Angel, and H.B. Warner. The film is part of a series of movies based on the popular British detective character Bulldog Drummond, created by H.C. McNeile.
In this installment, Drummond (Howard) and his fiancee Phyllis (Angel) travel to Africa to investigate the disappearance of an archeologist. Once they arrive, they discover that a mysterious and dangerous cult is responsible for the kidnapping, and that they are plotting to use the archeologist’s discovery to gain control of the region.
As they pursue the cult, Drummond and Phyllis face a variety of challenges and obstacles, including deadly animals and treacherous terrain. With the help of their African guide, they must navigate the dangers of the wilderness and outsmart the cult’s leaders in order to rescue the archeologist and stop their evil plans.
“Bulldog Drummond in Africa” is known for its thrilling action sequences and exotic setting, and was one of several films in the Bulldog Drummond series. The films were popular during the 1930s and 1940s and were known for their fast-paced action, suspense, and charismatic leading man.
Garnett Weston, Herman C. McNeile
John Howard, Heather Angel, H.B. Warner