TODAY: "The African Queen."
The African Queen is a 1935 novel written by English author C. S. Forester. The novel was made into a film in 1951: The African Queen, starring Humphrey Bogart as Charlie Allnutt and Katharine Hepburn as Rose Sayer. Allnutt is changed to a Canadian in the film to explain Bogart's accent. The church is changed to Methodist from Anglican - though the paper which Allnut delivers to the missionaries in the first scene records the elevation of a college friend of the missionaries to being a bishop, which makes no sense given that the Methodist Church in England had (and has) no bishops.
Join Corwyn Allen, Gloriana Maertens, Kayden Oconnell & Elrik Merlin for a backyard festival of radio drama versions of some of the finest and most beloved films of the golden age of 20th C cinema. Popcorn provided.
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