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Lydia Bailey (1952) DVD

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Lydia Bailey (1952)


Jean Negulesco    


Kenneth Roberts (novel),  Michael Blankfort (screenplay), Philip Dunne 


Dale RobertsonAnne FrancisCharles Korvin, William Marshall, Luis Van Rooten, Adeline De Walt Reynolds
Twenty-one-year-old Anne Francis carries off the title-character duties in 20th Century-Fox's Lydia Bailey with class and finesse. Set in Haiti during the Napoleonic era, the film concerns aristocratic landholder Lydia Bailey and her more-than-professional relationship with American attorney Albion Hamlin (Dale Robertson). The idealistic Hamlin becomes involved in the Haitian uprising against the French, aligning himself with rebel leader--and former slave--King Dick (William Marshall). At first, Lydia sides with the French, but she eventually realizes that Hamlin's way is the right way. Based on a novel by Kenneth Roberts, Lydia Bailey was slated for TV presentation on NBC's Saturday Night at the Movies in 1963, but was pulled from the schedule because of a subplot involving miscegenation.
Region 0 (ALL), will play in any DVD player, English, 89 minutes, Technicolor, 20th Century Fox, very good print.

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