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The Golden Mistress (1954)

Ann Dexter, daughter of an itinerant Haiti waterfront character, Carl Dexter, brings a golden idol, which her father her stolen at a voodoo ceremony, to Bill Buchanan, who is known along ... See full summary »

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Abner Biberman (as Joel Judge)

Writers:

Lee Hewitt, Abner Biberman (screenplay) (as Joel Judge) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
John Agar ... Bill Buchanan
Rosemarie Stack ... Ann Dexter (as Rosemarie Bowe)
Abner Biberman ... Carl Dexter
André Narcisse André Narcisse ... Iznard - Dombala Houngan (as Andre Narcisse)
Jacques Molant Jacques Molant ... Ti Flute
André Contant André Contant ... Dombala Soloist (as Andree Contant)
Pierre Blain Pierre Blain ... The Houngan
Shibley Talamas Shibley Talamas ... DuPuis (as Shibly Talamas)
André Saint-Germain André Saint-Germain ... Spearman (as Andre Germain)
Napoleon Bernard Napoleon Bernard ... Dombala Soloist
Ti-Koko Ti-Koko
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Storyline

Ann Dexter, daughter of an itinerant Haiti waterfront character, Carl Dexter, brings a golden idol, which her father her stolen at a voodoo ceremony, to Bill Buchanan, who is known along the waterfront as a man eternally on a treasure hunt. He agrees to let Ann accompany him in search of the treasure after a native he befriended gives him directions and certain voodoo secret charms. They follow an underwater passage to an island where they find a Pagan tribe. They learn that the golden idol is a burial symbol representing the dead and that hundreds of idols are at the bottom of the sacred burial lake. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Out of the voodoo jungles of Haiti See more »

Genres:

Adventure | Horror

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1955 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

La déesse d'or See more »

Filming Locations:

Haiti

Company Credits

Production Co:

R.K. Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric Sound System)

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.75 : 1
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Trivia

The company doctor was a local physician named Francois Duvalier who the next year would be elected President of Haiti and remain in office until 1971, and whose government was so dictatorial, murderous and, especially, corrupt that it spawned a new term--"kleptocracy". See more »

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[first lines]
Bill Buchanan: [narrating] If you're a tourist on vacation, there isn't a more colorful spot in the West Indies than Haiti. You'll fall in love with Port-au-Prince. You'll shop in its famous markets where you can buy anything from a pair of lizard shoes to a live goat and you'll sail into the very harbor that Columbus first sailed into aboard the Santa Maria. But if you've got sunken treasure fever like I have, you'll spend most of your time in Haiti underwater.
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The Bridal Chorus
Written by Richard Wagner
First few measures played by Ti Flute Jacques Molant at the end of the movie after Bill and Ann kiss
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Rosemary Bow is breathtaking
28 February 2002 | by AtlantinSee all my reviews

After seeing The Golden Mistress, I can not understand why she did not become a really big star!

The story line is totally politically incorrect but the movie is a vehicle to show the photogenic actress in various stages of undress.

Really, worth a viewing.


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