The Golden Horde (1951) DVD Technicolor 1.37:1 Aspect ratio (original) Approx. 75 min. Playable in North America - the US, Canada, etc.
Starring: Ann Blyth, David Farrar, George Macready, Richard Egan, Peggie Castle, Henry Brandon, Howard Petrie, Marvin Miller, Donald Randolph, and Poodles Hanneford.
Produced by Robert Arthur and Howard Christie. Written by George Drayson Adams (screenplay) and Harold Lamb (story). Music by Hans J. Salter. Cinematography by Russell Metty. Directed by George Sherman.
In 1220, Sir Guy of Devon (David Farrar) and a small band of English crusaders arrive at Samarkand in Central Asia. The city and its ruling princess Shalimar (Ann Blyth) are threatened by Genghis Khan (Marvin Miller) and his hordes. Shalimar hopes to defeat the conqueror by guile, whilst Sir Guy prefers to put up a brave (if ultimately futile) fight. Despite the mutual attraction between Shalimar and Sir Guy, their differing methods threaten any hope either may have of victory.
The great adventure of all the ages !