Mary Stevens, a young American girl, goes to Mexico with her mother, to escape the strife of the Civil War in the United States. One there, she gets caught up in love and politics as Don Migeul Navarro, a follower of Maximillian, battles Dom Pedro Alvarez, a follower of the exiled Juarez, vie for her hand. The romance parallels the success of the Juarez movement. Written by
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Filmed simultaneously with Furia roja
(1951), with different stars taking the main roles but with all other roles played by the same actors in both films, and with all scenes that do not feature the starring actors using identical footage. See more
Alternate-language version of Furia roja