Caged in a black pit of horror ... 13 women journying to a living hell. American International Pictures presents White Slave Ship in Colorscope. Starring Pier Angeli and Edward Purdom

Caged in a black pit of horror ... 13 women journying to a living hell. American International Pictures presents White Slave Ship in Colorscope. Starring Pier Angeli and Edward Purdom

[Los Angeles]: American International Pictures, 1962. Insert movie poster approx. 36" x 14". Light soil, a few insignificant creases; very good. The 1961 Silvio Armadio French/Italian pirate adventure thriller "set in 1675, was a film was about a group of convicts being transported from London to the New World as white slaves aboard the ship Albatross, captained by Isaac Cooper (Ivan Desny). Among the convicts held in chains below decks are Doctor Robert Bradley, a political prisoner being transported to the American colonies for treating a wounded rebel (Purdom); Polly, a prostitute (Pier Angeli) and a murderer, Calico Jack (Armand Mestral). Above decks and living in comparative luxury are an upper class English family, the Medford's, including their beautiful daughter Anna (Michele Girardon). Halfway across the Atlantic; the prisoners escape and take over the ship. Robert Bradley saves Anna's life and, despite their very different stations in life, the two gradually fall in love" (Wikipedia). Item #59197

Price: $65.00

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