Desert Sands
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Desert Sands
Although the French Foreign Legion became increasingly anachronistic in the 1950s, films like Desert Sands helped to perpetuate the glamorous legend of this mercenary aggregation. Ralph Meeker heads the cast as a bold legionnaire who falls in love with gorgeous Arab girl Marla English. Alas, Marla is the daughter of shiek John Carradine and the sister of vengeful Keith Larsen, both of whom have vowed to kill all Legionnaires within shouting distance. Larsen eventually discovers that his real enemy is not Meeker, but the duplicitous Carradine. Director Lesley Selander staged most of the action… More

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"Conventional adventure film about the Foreign Legion soldiers fighting off attacking Arab tribesmen in their fort outpost in the Sahara Desert."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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