Not Rated | | Adventure, Drama
A noblewoman begins to lead a dangerous double life in order to alleviate her boredom.
Valerie White was originally cast in the role of highwayman Capt. Jerry Jackson's doxy. The actress developed appendicitis and Jean Kent took over the part. The first scene in which the character appears, Lockwood breaks into the room and Mason's in bed with her; we only actually see her back, and it is White's back we see.
Lady Henrietta Kingsclere:
Barbara, are you trying to make a fool of me?
Barbara Worth: Of course not. There's no need.
There is not slightest chance that a person, any person, could shoot from horse back at a man riding a horse and hit either the horse or the man in 17th century. That is a not an easy shot using a much more modern 19th century rifled firearm. Hand guns in the 16 & 1700's were wildly inaccurate because of the lack or rifling and inconsistencies in the power they used and in the lead balls they used as bullets. Add to all of this the fairly long distance at which the shot was made and the odds become mind-boggling.
The first USA release version differed from the original UK version by substituting footage with higher necklines on some women's costumes.