Dr. Carlos Morales (Fernando Lamas) is an indentured servant who rises to power in Georgia shortly after the Revolutionary War.
Directed by Edward Ludwig
Francis L. Sullivan
Newly Remastered in HD from 4K of the original camera negative and a 2K scans of the interpositive – 3-D restoration by 3-D Film Archive! After the Revolutionary War, the dying General Darby (Lester Matthews, The Raven) bequeaths his Georgia plantation to Dr. Carlos Morales (Fernando Lamas, Jivaro), the son of an indentured servant who has been raised and educated by Darby. The general’s daughter (Arlene Dahl, Journey to the Center of the Earth) tries to break her father’s will in order to control the estate and stop the creation of a group of free medical clinics for the poor to be overseen by Carlos. The true culprits behind her opposition are her fiancé, Harvey Bristol (John Sutton, Jane Eyre), and his father, Dr. Bristol (Francis L. Sullivan, Joan of Arc), who have their eyes set on the Darby holdings. A plague outbreak in Savannah complicates matters further in Sangaree, the first three-dimensional film in Technicolor, directed by Hollywood veteran Edward Ludwig (Big Jim McLain).
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