The Brigand of Kandahar
The Brigand of Kandahar is a 1965 British adventure film directed by John Gilling and starring Ronald Lewis, Oliver Reed and Duncan Lamont. Case, a mixed-race British officer is thrown out of his regiment when he is accused of cowardice in action. He then joins some tribesmen rebelling against the British. It was one of a number of films made during the era that had native rebels as their heroes. It was filmed with extensive footage from Zarak.
Lt Case (Ronald Lewis in blackface) is a mixed race officer of the Bengal Lancers operationing in northern India.
|genre||action adventure historical|
|keywords||ambush attempt to escape bengal lancers british lancers british officer capture fight follow hiding place injured kill military history of the north-west frontier mixed race newspaper correspondent north west frontier open outnumber ronald lewis in blackface scout show trial suffer think track down upbringing warn wound write zarak|
|producer||Anthony Nelson Keys|