Duel on the Mississippi

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In 1820 Louisiana, river pirates tangle with plantation owners while gambling-ship pirate queen Lili Scarlet falls in-love with planter André Tulane to the dismay of rival Hugo Marat, leader of the river pirates.

ACTORS :Lex Barker, Patricia Medina, Warren Stevens

YEAR OF RELEASE : 1955

POSTAGE : Free In Australia No Tracking

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In 1820, André Tulane (Lex Barker), hot-tempered scion of a Louisiana plantation family, is debt-bound to Lili Scarlet (Patricia Medina),notorious gambling-ship queen, and the daughter of Jacques Scarlet (Ian Keith (I)’), a former pirate with Jean Lafitte. André helps Lili fight off the river pirates led by her former Fiance Hugo Marat (Warren Stevens), after he has seized control of Lili’s gambling-boat.
Decent Castle Picture
Plantation owner Andre Tulane (Lex Barker) finds himself in debt to the gambler Lili Scarlet (Patricia Medina) and the two are at each other’s throats until one day when Tulane comes to the rescue and soon they are teaming up against some pirates.

William Castle’s DUEL ON THE MISSISSIPPI is another film from the cult director that is mildly entertaining but at the same time it’s pretty mediocre as far as its technical qualities. I say that because watching the film you couldn’t help but give Castle a little credit since the film was well-made for the most part but there just wasn’t enough here to bring the film alive and a lot of blame can go towards the screenplay.

The biggest issue I had with the screenplay is that there was a lot of plot and subplot but very little brains. In fact, the film was so watered down with various characters being introduced that it was very easy to lose track of what was going on. I never really cared about the battle between the two leads and there really wasn’t anything happening in the story that kept my attention.

The cast, for the most part is good and Barker gets to show what he could do outside of Tarzan and the jungle. I thought he was pretty good for what the role required. The supporting players were good and that includes Medina. When all is said and done, DUEL ON THE MISSISSIPPI will appeal to fans of Castle but there’s not enough here for most people.

 

 

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