Khyber Patrol (1954)

Director
Seymour Friedman

Main cast
Richard Egan; Dawn Addams; Raymond Burr; Patric Knowles; Paul Cavanagh

Genres
Adventure

Description
British officers of India is jeopardized when warlords Ahmed Shir (Raymond Burr) and Prince Ishak Khan (Donald Randolph) battle at the Khyber Pass. Enter Capt. Kyle Cameron (Richard Egan) of the British Lancers, whose renegade style may either save the day or doom the region to chaos. When Cameron learns that greater forces are pulling the strings, he attempts to destroy Shir's rebel faction from within.


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