Duel on the Mississippi

Overview

19th century Louisiana is the setting for Duel on the Mississippi. Patricia Medina stars as Lili Scarlet, a vengeful Creole girl who masterminds a series of pirate raids on the local plantations. To cover up her perfidy, Lili operates a lavish gambling ship, and it is here that aristocratic Jules Tulane (John Dehner) runs up a huge debt. As "security," Jules' son Andre (Lex Barker) turns himself over to Lili as a sort of bond slave. It doesn't take long for Andre and Lili to fall in love, much to the dismay of ...
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Overview

19th century Louisiana is the setting for Duel on the Mississippi. Patricia Medina stars as Lili Scarlet, a vengeful Creole girl who masterminds a series of pirate raids on the local plantations. To cover up her perfidy, Lili operates a lavish gambling ship, and it is here that aristocratic Jules Tulane (John Dehner) runs up a huge debt. As "security," Jules' son Andre (Lex Barker) turns himself over to Lili as a sort of bond slave. It doesn't take long for Andre and Lili to fall in love, much to the dismay of her knife-wielding paramour Hugo Marat (Warren Stevens). The titular duel between Andre and Hugo, fought with machetes, is the film's most exciting sequence.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/2/2012
  • UPC: 043396411043
  • Original Release: 1955
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  • Source: Sony Pictures Home
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 70,764

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lex Barker Andre Tulane
Patricia Medina Lili Scarlet
Warren Stevens Hugo Marat
Craig Stevens Rene LaFarge
John Dehner Jules Tulane
Ian Keith Jacques Scarlet
Chris Alcaide Anton
John Mansfield Louie
Lou Merrill Georges Gabriel
Mel Welles Sheriff
Jean del Val Bidault
Baynes Barron Gaspard
Vince Townsend Jr. Benedict
Celia Lovsky Celeste Tulane
Technical Credits
William Castle Director
Gerald Drayson Adams Screenwriter
Mischa Bakaleinikoff Musical Direction/Supervision
Edwin H. Bryant Editor
Henry Freulich Cinematographer
Paul Palmentola Art Director
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