R | | Drama, History, Romance
The "Falconhurst" novel series of books are (in order of publication): Mandingo (1957), Drum (1962), Master of Falconhurst (1964), Falconhurst Fancy (1966), The Mustee (1967), Heir to Falconhurst (1968), Flight to Falconhurst (1971), Mistress of Falconhurst (1973), Six-Fingered Stud (1975), Taproots of Falconhurst (1978), Scandal of Falconhurst (1980), Rogue of Falconhurst (1983), Miz Lucretia of Falconhurst (1985), Mandingo Master (1986), and Falconhurst Fugitive (1988).
You ain't a weddin' that Hammond.
Blanche Maxwell: Oh, yes I am. I'll be a weddin' him. He's a fine catch. Good lookin'. Rich! Romantic. Been to New Orleans! Come from far away.
Charles: I'll tell him. I'll tell him what we done.
Blanche Maxwell: He wouldn't believe you. And Papa would throw...
In the final scene, it is evident that sublimating dry ice is being used to simulate steam rising from the "boiling" cauldron.
The original UK cinema version was cut by the BBFC with heavy edits to the fight between Mede and Topaz, the beatings of the slave girl and the suspended male slave, and shots of Mede being prodded with a pitchfork by Hammond Maxwell. The uncut print was again submitted to the BBFC in 1987 for the CIC video release and some cuts were restored, with 47 secs still edited from the two whipping scenes.
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