Khyber Patrol

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Released 1954

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Director:
Seymour Friedman
Released:
1954
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Khyber Patrol is a 1954 movie that follows Captain Kyle Cameron (Richard Egan), an arrogant Canadian officer for the British forces. He and his men fight a battle to maintain control of India's Khyber Pass but suffer a heavy defeat to a group of guerillas. Cameron faces the wrath of his superiors, especially when he violates Afghan neutrality agreements in his pursuit of the warlords Ahmed Shir (Raymond Burr) and Prince Ishak Khan (Donald Randolph). Knowing that he will never catch the two due to the neutrality agreement, Cameron intentionally gets himself thrown out of the regiment so that he can crush the rebel group acting as a civilian. The fate of British-controlled India is riding on Captain Cameron. If he fails to capture the rebels, India will plummet into chaos. Will his mission be a success, acting as a civilian with few resources? Seymour Friedman directs this adventure movie about an officer trying to do the right thing.
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