Arriving with her husband in Arabia, Katherine Wyvrne is ready for romantic times in the exotic Middle East, but her aristocratic husband prefers to be out hunting "Barbara sheep" than fulfilling his wife's desires. She soon meets up with the dashing Arab chief Benchaalai and falls for his charms, but he has a much more sinister goal in mind for her than romance. Written by
Did You Know?
According to a press release put out by Artcraft, the Algerian street set that appears in the film was built at their studio in Fort Lee, New Jersey, at a cost of between $50,000 and $60,000, and was constructed while cast and crew were shooting exteriors in Southern Florida. See more