Golden Ivory is a 1954 British adventure film shot in Kenya. It was directed by George P. Breakston and starred Robert Urquhart, John Bentley and Susan Stephen. In the 1890s British pioneers settle in Kenya. It was released in the United States as Outlaw Safari.
In 1957 exploitation film specialists American International Pictures acquired the rights, retitled it White Huntress and released it as a double feature with a shockumentary Naked Africa.
John Bentley later had the lead in the African Patrol television series that was produced by George Breakston and shot in Kenya.