Charlton Heston stars as the British general Gordon sent to stop The Mahdi (Laurence Olivier) from taking Khartoum (1966).
Introduced in credits riding up an Alpine tramway, guests Stanley Holloway, Wilfrid Hyde White, Leo Genn, Hugh O'Brian, Dennis Price, Fabian, Shirley Eaton, Daliah Lavi, plus servants Mario Adorf and Marianne Hoppe, begin to chat, in the 1966 version of Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians.
Charlton Heston (as General Gordon) sees no need to comment on his magnificent greeting as he returns to Khartoum in director Basil Dearden's Khartoum, 1966.
Charlton Heston (as General Gordon) prized his scenes with the almost unrecognizable Laurence Olivier as the Muslim firebrand who purports to be The Mahdi in Khartoum, 1966.
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