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Plot[ edit ] Toomai Sabua young boy growing up in Indialongs to become a hunter. In the meantime, he helps his mahout elephant driver father with Kala Nag, a large elephant that has been in their family for four generations.
Petersen Walter Hudd hires the father and Kala Nag, among others, for a large annual government roundup of wild elephants to be tamed and put to work.
Amused by Toomai and learning that he has no one but his father to look after him, Petersen allows the boy to come too. Strangely, no elephants have been seen in the region in a while, so Petersen has staked his reputation on a guess that they will be found further north. However, six weeks of hunting prove fruitless.
He is ready to give up, but his right-hand man, Machua Appa Allan Jeayespersuades him to keep hunting for another month. When the other hired natives learn of Toomai's ambition, they mock him, telling him that he will become a hunter only when he sees the elephants dance a myth.
One night, Toomai's father spots a tiger prowling near the camp and wakes Petersen. When the two go out to shoot the beast, Toomai's father is killed.
Kala Nag's grief becomes so intense, he rampages through the camp, only stopping when Toomai calms him down. When Rham Lahl beats the elephant, however, Kala Nag injures his tormenter.
The mahout insists that Kala Nag be destroyed, as is the law. Petersen manages to get him to change his mind and accept rupees instead by threatening to have him removed from the safety of the camp. Unaware of this reprieve, Toomai takes Kala Nag and runs away into the jungle.
There, they stumble upon the missing wild elephants, and Toomai sees them dancing. He leads Petersen to them.
The other natives are awed, and hail him as "Toomai of the Elephants". Machua Appa offers to train the boy to become a hunter, a plan Petersen approves of.Samson and Delilah: a good effort at biblical sex and violence Cecil B DeMille's film does justice to the tale of lust and betrayal, despite the .
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