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The ship has struck the overturned submerged hull of the African Queen and detonated the torpedoes. The newly married couple happily swim to safety.
Production censors objected to several aspects of the original script, which included the two characters cohabiting without the formality of marriage as in the book.
Some changes were made before the film was completed. The rewrite made the character Canadian. The film was partially financed by John and James Woolf of Romulus Films, a British company.
Michael Balcon , Honorary Adviser to the National Film Finance Corporation , advised the NFFC to refuse a loan to the Woolfs unless the film starred John McCallum and Googie Withers , rather than Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn as the Woolfs wanted.
This was clearly partial as Balcon was favouring his former Ealing Studio actors. It was only due to the Woolfs' personal intervention that they persuaded the chairman of the NFFC, Lord Reith , to overrule Balcon and the film went ahead.
Much of the film was shot on location in Uganda and the Congo in Africa. This was rather novel for the time, especially for a Technicolor picture which utilized large, cumbersome cameras.
The cast and crew endured sickness and spartan living conditions during their time on location. In an early scene, Hepburn was playing an organ but had a bucket to vomit in at her feet because she was often sick between takes.
Bogart later bragged that he and Huston were the only members of the cast and crew who escaped illness, which he credited to not drinking any water on location, but instead fortifying themselves from the large supply of whiskey they had brought along.
About half of the film was shot in the UK. For instance, the scenes in which Bogart and Hepburn are seen in the water were all shot in studio tanks at Isleworth Studios , Middlesex.
These scenes were considered too dangerous to shoot in Africa. All of the foreground plates for the process shots were also done in studio. A myth has grown that the scenes in the reed-filled riverbank were filmed in Dalyan, Turkey.
The reeds sequence was thus shot on location in Africa Uganda and Congo and London studios. Most of the action takes place aboard a boat — the African Queen of the title — and scenes on board the boat were filmed using a large raft with a mockup of the boat on top.
Sections of the boat set could be removed to make room for the large Technicolor camera. This proved hazardous on one occasion when the boat's boiler — a heavy copper replica — almost fell on Hepburn.
It was not secured to the deck because it also had to be moved to accommodate the camera. The small steam-boat used in the film to depict the African Queen was built in , in Britain, for service in Africa.
At one time it was owned by actor Fess Parker. Because of the dangers involved with shooting the rapids scenes, a small-scale model was used in the studio tank in London.
The vessel used to portray the German gunboat Königin Luise in the film was the steam tug Buganda , owned and operated on Lake Victoria by the East African Railways and Harbours Corporation.
Although fictional, the Königin Luise was inspired by the German First World War vessel Graf Goetzen also known as Graf von Goetzen ,  which operated on Lake Tanganyika until she was scuttled in during the Battle for Lake Tanganyika.
The British refloated the Graf Goetzen in and placed her in service on Lake Tanganyika in as the passenger ferry MV Liemba , and she remains in active service there as of The name 'SS Königin Luise' was taken from a German steam ferry which operated from Hamburg , before being taken over by the Kaiserliche Marine on the outbreak of the First World War.
She was used as an auxiliary minelayer off Harwich before being sunk on 5 August by the cruiser HMS Amphion. A persistent rumour regarding London's population of feral Ring Necked Parakeets is that they originated from birds escaped or released from the filming of this movie.
This claim was initially considered dubious  though it was given more credence when a zoologist admitted her grandparents fed them.
The African Queen opened on December 26, at the Fox Wilshire Theatre in Beverly Hills,  in order to qualify for the Oscars.
Its New York City opening was on February 20, at the Capitol Theatre. Contemporary reviews from critics were mostly positive. Upon the film's premiere, Edwin Schallert of the Los Angeles Times wrote that it "should impress for its novelty both in casting and scenically," and found the ending "rather contrived and even incredible, but melodramatic enough, with almost a western accent, to be popularly effective.
This is not noted with disfavor. Huston merits credit for putting this fantastic tale on a level of sly, polite kidding and generally keeping it there, while going about the happy business of engineering excitement and visual thrills.
Variety called it "an engrossing motion picture Performance-wise, Bogart has never been seen to better advantage. Nor has he ever had a more knowing, talented film partner than Miss Hepburn.
Coe wrote in the March 8, edition of The Washington Post that "Huston has tried a risky trick and most of the time pulls it off in delicious style.
And from both his stars he has drawn performances which have rightly been nominated for those Academy Awards on the [20th].
Harrison's Reports printed a negative review, writing that the film "has its moments of comedy and excitement, but on the whole the dialogue is childish, the action silly, and the story bereft of human appeal.
The characters act as childishly as they talk, and discriminating picture-goers will, no doubt, laugh at them. There is nothing romantic about either Katharine Hepburn or Humphrey Bogart, for both look bedraggled throughout.
In spite of Hepburn's wonderful playing, and some engaging scenes, the film must be accounted a misfire. The website's critical consensus reads, "Perfectly cast, smartly written, and beautifully filmed, The African Queen remains thrilling, funny, and effortlessly absorbing even after more than half a century's worth of adventure movies borrowing liberally from its creative DNA.
American Film Institute recognition. AFI has also honored both Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn as the greatest American screen legends. The British DVD includes a theatrical trailer and an audio commentary by cinematographer Cardiff in which he details many of the hardships and challenges involved in filming in Africa.
Prior to , the film had been released in the United States on VHS video, laserdisc and as a region 1 DVD. Region 1 and Region All DVDs are available and distributed by The Castaways Pictures, and have English and Chinese subtitles available with no other features.
It is not clear if these are authorized or not. In , Paramount Pictures the current owner of the US rights completed restoration work for region 1 and a 4K digitally restored version was issued on DVD and Blu-ray March 23, The film was restored in its original mono soundtrack from original UK film elements under the sole supervision of Paramount, and had as an extra a documentary on the film's production, Embracing Chaos: The Making of The African Queen.
According to Ron Smith, vice president of restoration for Paramount Pictures, the major factor that led to the holdup were difficulties locating the original negative.
The African Queen was adapted as a one-hour radio play on the December 15, broadcast of Lux Radio Theater with Humphrey Bogart reprising his film role and joined by Greer Garson.
On 26 March The Dick Powell Theater aired episode 27 of its first season called Safari which was based on the story with James Coburn and Glynis Johns as Charlie Allnut and Rose Sayer.
A television film continued the adventures of Allnut and Sayer, with Warren Oates and Mariette Hartley in the lead roles.
Though intended as the pilot for a series, it was not picked up. An elliptic commentary on the making of The African Queen can be found in the film White Hunter Black Heart , directed by Clint Eastwood.
The African Queen was part of the inspiration for the Jungle Cruise attraction at Disneyland in California. Imagineer Harper Goff referenced The African Queen frequently in his ideas; even his designs of the ride vehicles were inspired by the steamer used in the film.African Queen von O's Tobacco 18 verschiedene Aromen. Schreibe ein Review. Kinox Inception für "Os Tabak - African Queen g".