The Bandits of Corsica

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Released 1953

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Director:
Ray Nazarro
Released:
1953
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The Bandits of Corsica is a 1953 American action film directed by Ray Nazarro and starring Richard Greene, Paula Raymond, Raymond Burr, and Dona Drake. The film tells the story of Mario and Lucien (both played by Greene). Mario is the noble, courageous brother, while Lucien is the evil twin. While Mario is busy leading the Corsican revolt against Jonatto (Burr), Lucien is back at home making love to his brother's wife (Paula Raymond). Because the two were born Siamese twins and were separated at birth, they literally feel each other's pain. Despite this, Lucien intends on killing Mario and taking over his successful life. Before he enacts murder, however, Lucien must first help his brother defeat Jonatto, all the while fending of another enemy trying to take their land from them. When Lucien's status as a hero is established, he can finally rid himself of his psychically connected brother. The film was popular at the box office and received moderate reviews from critics.moreless

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Swashbucklers, Classics, Historical