An African Dream Trailer

An African Dream Trailer (1987)

01 January 1987 Drama 93 mins

An Englishwoman travels to South Africa in 1906.

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Cast

John Kani

as Khatana

Kitty Aldridge

as Katherine Hastings

Dominic Jephcott

as Reginald Hastings

Richard Haines

as Sergeant Briscoe

John Carson

as Harry Endicott

Joy Stewart Spence

as Enid Endicott

International Releases Dates

South Africa 01 January 1987

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