The Brigand of Kandahar (1965)

The British army fights off rampaging locals in 1850s India. (source:

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Release Date
9 August 1965
His Plundering Army of Bandit Raiders Sweeps to Glory Across the Plains of India!
Filming Locations
Bray Studios, Down Place, Oakley Green, Berkshire, England, UK
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The Brigand of Kandahar is a 1965 British adventure film directed by John Gilling and starring Ronald Lewis, Oliver Reed and Duncan Lamont. 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.

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