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Station Six Sahara (1962) Carroll Baker, Peter van Eyck, Denholm Elliott
Station Six Sahara (1962) Carroll Baker, Peter van Eyck, Denholm Elliott


 
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At an isolated oil pumping station deep in the African desert, workers Kramer (Peter Van Eyck), Fletcher (Ian Bannen), Macey (Denholm Elliott), Martin (Hansjorg Felmy), and Santos (Mario Adorf) are tense, lonely, and love-starved. A little excitement unexpectedly comes into their lives when they rescue a couple, Jimmy (Biff McGuire) and Catherine (Baker), from a wreck. While Jimmy is bed-ridden with his injuries, Catherine flirtatiously arouses passions and inflames simmering resentments among the oil crew. An amusing dalliance goes too far...

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Hot Hot September 13, 2017
Reviewer: James P from Rego Park, NY United States  
Carroll drives men wild in the desert, I hadn't seen this since I was a kid--on television--maybe 45 years ago? I couldn't recall the plot but there were certain images I'd never forgotten. Beautiful b/w photography.

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Station Six from down under March 29, 2017
Reviewer: Ron from Houston, TX United States  
This is film starting with five isolated men working an oil rig within the Sahara desert, dealing with the heat, authoritarian power plays and the pecking order of how to live in such adverse conditions.  Complicated even more with the arrival of beautiful female seductress (Carol Baker). It gets complicated, and even more hot than it was before her arrival.  There are a few sever Australia weather warnings that pop onto the screen, very brief (if you blink you will miss it) but that only seems to reinforce the idea of isolation these characters are experiencing.  Once again a great drama for some reason not available commercially. Still well worth seeing!

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Station Six Sahara April 8, 2015
Reviewer: Richard Brennan from Woolwich, New South Wales Australia  
Outstanding transfer of another film that is hard to come by

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Station Six Sahara - disturbing drama October 6, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from New York, NY United States  
Seth Holt, an interesting director of only a few films, does his best work with "Station Six Sahara." Carroll Baker is gorgeous, and captures the manipulative nature of her character in a seemingly effortless performance. Hansjorg Felmy, who was a highly-respected actor in Germany, has a presence that stays in the memory.

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