During the Civil War, a young Southern woman tries to hold on the family estate when the Union Army takes over the area.

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Laurel Taggart
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Col. Zachary Willis
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Lyle Taggart, Sr.
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Commander Marston
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Dolby
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Sergeant Weed
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Ferris
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Opal (as Deborah Morgan)
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Lyle Taggart, Jr.
Robert Cornthwaite ...
Dr. Tighe
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Capt. Brody (as Ed Power)
Slim Gaillard ...
Moss
Erica Welles ...
Prostie
Mark Hicher ...
Soldier
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During the Civil War, a young Southern woman tries to hold on the family estate when the Union Army takes over the area.

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civil war | confederate gold | See All (2) »

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20 May 1979 (USA)  »

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A Fúria de Um Amor Selvagem  »

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A sort of Gone With the Wind rip off.

Not bad, this TV movie speaking of the struggle between women taken prisoners during the civil war and the Union soldiers controlling the area. Jennifer O Neill is impressive as usual, Perry King tepid, as usual too. He was in another film, speaking of nearly the same period, but not the same story: Richard Fleischer's MANDINGO, far better than this item. Talkative, with some good moments, this tale of a gold shipment held up by the Confederate troops and for which the Union ones want desperately to push the Confederate folks to their limits.

Made for housewives, on rainy afternoons. If you have anything else to do, do it, and forget this flabby time waster.


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