Product DetailsPaulette Goddard, pushing 50, plays a lively gypsy girl who romances a British military officer (the robustly non-British Jean-Pierre Aumont) during the Crimean War of the 1850s. Goddard and Aumont are captured by the Russians, but escape to spy for the Allies. All of this leads up to the British victory at Sebastopol, staged with both eyes on the budget by resourceful director William Castle. 1953, color, 73 min.
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