Living in Kentucky prior to the Civil War, Amantha Starr is a privileged young woman. Her widower father, a wealthy plantation owner, dotes on her and he sends her to the best schools. When he dies suddenly however, Amantha's world is turned upside down. She learns that her father had been living on borrowed money and that her mother was actually a slave and her father's mistress. The plantation is to be sold to pay off her father's debts and as the daughter of slave, Amantha is also to be sold as property. She is bought by a Louisiana plantation owner, Hamish Bond and over time she grows to love him until she learns he was a slave-trader. She tries again to become part of white society but realizes that her future lies elsewhere. Written by
You're no blue blood any more, honey. The master bought you...and now he's waitin'!
Did You Know?
Efrem Zimbalist Jr., who is in this movie, in pilot for 77 Sunset Strip "Girl on the Run" goes to theater to see this movie. See more
Both and Michele's and Manty's dresses are closed in the back with zippers which were not yet
been invented in the 1860s. See more
[Wakes up in bed, stretches
Mr. Hamish Bond can't keep me here! I'm leaving the moment his back is turned.
[Offers a tray of food
The Master said those low-down men didn't bother to feed you. You must be very hungry.
I'll leave... as soon as I've had the chance to rest and recover my strength.
[Picke up a knife and fork and begins to eat
Referenced in Girl on the Run
Band of Angels
Music by Max Steiner
Lyrics by Carl Sigman
Sung by Sarah Vaughan
Arranged by Murray Cutter
(uncredited) See more