Outpost in Morocco (May 2, 1949)

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Outpost in Morocco
 

Released on May 2, 1949: A Captain in the French Foreign Legion battles the Bedouin tribes and the daughter of the Emir.

Directed by Robert Florey

The Actors: George Raft (Captain Paul Gerard), Marie Windsor (Cara), Akim Tamiroff (Lieutenant Glysko), John Litel (Colonel Pascal), Erno Verebes (Bamboule), Eduard Franz (Emir of Bel-Rashad), Crane Whitley (Caid Osman), Damian O'Flynn (Commandant Louis Fronval), Michael Ansara (rifle dispener), Ralph Brooks (nightclub patron), John Doucette (card playing soldier), James Nolan (Legionnaire Colonel's Aide), Suzanne Ridgway (nightclub patron), Ivan Triesault (tribal leader)

 

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Love and Blood in the Sand

Okay, so think an army outpost in the American wild west surrounded by warring Indians . . . a lover-boy soldier woos the beautiful daughter of an Indian Chief in order to learn the battle plans of the Injuns . . . but he falls in love with her for real, and she falls in love with him for real . . . then the Indians attack and kill the soldiers in the army fort. Fortunately our lover-boy soldier was taking a report to the commander at a nearby base. That's the plot, but we move over to North Africa in the sandy desert nation of Morocco, where the French Foreign Legion has forts full of soldiers, and Arab tribes around them who wish them dead. The beautiful young daughter of the Emir of Bel-Rashad has spent the summer in Europe and is returning to her father's palace in the desert and a troop of legionnaires are assigned to escort her from the fort to her father's palace. The commander of the fort assigns his playboy love-em and leave-em Paul Gerard (George Raft) to lead the expedition, with orders to woo the young girl and discover whether her father and the other Emir's of the area plan to attack the French forts. It turns out that the Bedouin tribes are getting shiny new rifles and dynamite and heavy artillery and plan to run the French out of their forts. This leads to that, stuff happens, and we find George Raft trapped inside a remote fort along with a small band of soldiers . . . along with the beautiful daughter of the Emir. They are cut off from their water supply and under siege . . . with the desert tribes waiting to move in for the kill. All looks lost for George Raft, John Doucette and the rest of the legionnaires. Only a miracle can save them from the wrath of the desert tribesmen. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter and enjoy the show.

George Raft in Outpost in Morocco
George Raft in Outpost in Morocco
Marie Windsor as the daughter of the Emir of Bel-Rashad
Marie Windsor as the daughter of the Emir of Bel-Rashad
Akim Tamiroff and George Raft
Akim Tamiroff and George Raft
Akim Tamiroff as Lieutenant Glysko
Akim Tamiroff as Lieutenant Glysko
Crane Whitley and Eduard Franz
Crane Whitley and Eduard Franz
Crane Whitley as Caid Osman
Crane Whitley as Caid Osman
Eduard Franz as the Emir of Bel-Rashad
Eduard Franz as the Emir of Bel-Rashad
Erno Verebes and John Doucette play poker
Erno Verebes and John Doucette play poker
Erno Berebes as Bamboule
Erno Berebes as Bamboule
Erno Verebes tries to get the attention of George Raft at the dance
Erno Verebes tries to get the attention of George Raft at the dance
George Raft as Captain Gerard
George Raft as Captain Gerard
John Litel as Colonel Pascal
John Litel as Colonel Pascal
John Litel in Outpost in Morocco
John Litel in Outpost in Morocco
Marie Windsor and George Raft
Marie Windsor and George Raft
Marie Windsor as Cara, daughter of the Emir of Bel-Rashad
Marie Windsor as Cara, daughter of the Emir of Bel-Rashad
Marie Windsor and George Raft kiss
Marie Windsor and George Raft kiss
Marie Windsor swims after lunch
Marie Windsor swims after lunch