|Directed by||Robert Lynn|
|Screenplay by||Peter Yeldham|
|Story by||Harry Alan Towers|
|Produced by||Harry Alan Towers|
Oliver A. Unger
|Starring||Steve Cochran |
|Edited by||Peter Boita|
|Music by||Johnny Douglas|
|Distributed by||Seven Arts Productions|
Mozambique is a 1965 drama film directed by Robert Lynn from a screenplay by Peter Yeldham, starring Steve Cochran in his final film role, Hildegard Knef, Paul Hubschmid and Vivi Bach.
An American pilot assists the Portuguese colonial police who are battling a gang of criminals involved in drug smuggling from Lisbon via Mozambique to Zanzibar.
During the making of the film, Cochran was arrested for committing adultery with the wife of a jockey while in Durban, South Africa.
The New York Times called it "a sleazy little melodrama."