Outpost in Morocco is 1949 classic film directed by Robert Florey. The film starts in Tesket, the Regional Headquarters of the French Colonial Army in Morocco. Capt. Paul Gerard (George Raft) is a charismatic Foreign Legionnaire assigned to escort the lovely daughter of a local Emir named Cara (Marie Windsor) to the City of Bel Rashad, the stronghold of anti-French Morroccan tribes. Notoriously known for being irresistibly attractive to women, he was specially chosen for the mission and to find intel about anti-French activities in the city. While on their way to Bel Rashad, he and Cara find affection with each other. Capt. Gerard returns back to the headquarters only to discover the rising tension between the French army and the Emir (Eduard Franz) reaching its peak. Confused between defending his headquarters against the Emir's final attack and saving Cara, he has to make a tough decision that will significantly change the course of his life forever.