The Brigand of Kandahar

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1965

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Director:
John Gilling
Released:
1965
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The Brigand of Kandahar is a 1965 British action film directed by Tom Simpson and set in mid-19th century India. The film follows Lieutenant Robert Case (Ronald Lewis, ) a half-cast British officer unjust accused of cowardice and court-martialed. Embittered, Case joins the Bengali tribesman he had been fighting and turns against his former comrades in arms, the British colonial forces. Case, now the brigand of Kandahar, captures a foreign journalist, Elsa (Katherine Woodville) and tells her the story of his unjust court-martial based on the bigotry of his former commanding officer, Colonel Drewe (Duncan Lamont.) With Drewe and the British colonial forces closing in on him, Case's fate is all but assured. The only solace he has is the hope he can clear his name. For that, he must rely on Elsa, the foreign correspondent. Fans of heroic rebels, war and honor will be riveted by this classic British war film.

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