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Mature did have opportunity to sport turbans and colorful garments...
The film could be called Zarak II as the plot is very similar to the original, and our hunted hero, a bandit with a price on his head, is seen this time blind for revenge...
He thinks that the British have massacred his people, his family, his wife and child... But he is wrong.
Only the little romantic daughter of his enemy, overflowing with pity for him, could open his eyes to the truth... She told him one day: 'Do not trust the smiling face of the moon, it has a darker sight.'
The loose and ambiguous script of "Bandit of Zhobe" seems to ramble, and the direction of John Gilling merely underscores the generally unconvincing proceedings... Mature did however have opportunity to sport turbans and colorful Indian garments...
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