The Fighting O'Flynn
The Fighting O'Flynn is a 1949 American film directed by Arthur Pierson. The film's screenplay by Douglas Fairbanks Jr. is based on the novel of the same name by Justin Huntly McCarthy. Fairbanks stars, along with Helena Carter.
Nearing the end of the 18th century, Napoleon's vast army is sailing towards the Irish coast. The national poet and freedom fighter who goes by the name of "The O'Flynn" is traveling back to the castle where he was born, when he encounters a coach being robbed by rogues. The leader of the outlaws is a man named Hendrigg. The robbery fails thanks to O'Flynn's efforts. He invites the passenger, Lady Benedetta, to take refuge in his castle.
|author||Justin Huntly McCarthy|
|genre||adventure drama historical|
|keywords||18th century behind enemy lines bury drink end expédition d\'irlande firing squad freedom fighter napoleon\'s vast army is sailing towards the irish coast sail the national their way travel wait|