The Adventures of Hajji Baba

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Released 1954

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The Adventures of Hajji Baba

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Director:
Don Weis
Released:
1954
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The Adventures of Hajji Baba is a comedy film from 1954. It tells the story of Hajji Baba (John Derek) who leaves his father's shop in search of greater fortune in Isapahan, Persia. After leaving his job, Hajji crosses paths with Princess Fakzia (Elaine Stewart) in disguise and on the run from her father, the King. She is trying to sneak off and marry her true love, Nur-el-Din (Paul Picerni), instead of the man her father has arranged for her to marry. After some hijinks and cases of mistaken identity, Hajji promises the princess that he will escort her on the journey to rendevous with her prince. Along the way, they encounter Osama Aga's (Thomas Gomez) caravan featuring a troupe of dancing girls made up of pin-up girls including Amanda Blake who starred on Gunsmoke. Eventually, Hajji and Princess Fakzia face her father's forces and confront his power as King with the power of true love in this slapstick comedy of errors.moreless
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    Classics, Love & Romance