Cast: Acuff Roy; Aldrich Fred; Alexander Richard; Anderson Dave; Andre Charles; Bell Hank; Bryant Bob; Bucko Ralph; Cane Charles; Cooper Tex; Corrado Gino; Curtis Jack; Darrell Steve; Dorn Philip; Dunn Ralph; Farnum Franklyn; Fix Paul; Getchell Sumner; Graham Fred; Green William E.; Haas Hugo; Hardy Oliver; Hawes William; Howard John; Libby Fred; Lyons Cliff; McCardle Mickey; Morin Alberto; Murphy Al; O’Shea Jack; Pennick Jack; Perry Jack; Roberson Chuck; Ross Michael; Sharpe David; Simpson Mickey; Sullivan Brick; Thompson Glenn; Travers Tony; Van Sickel Dale; Wayne John; Whiteford Blackie; Withers Grant; Wolfe Bud; Worden Hank; Koenig Mabelle; Marsh Mae; Myrtil Odette; Ralston Vera; Waggner Shy; White Crystal; Windsor Marie; Waggner George; Garmes Lee; Antheil George; Palmer Adele; Van Enger Richard L.; Davis Sid; Hatswell D.R.O.; Yutzi Dorothy
Taglines: ROUGHER, TOUGHER, MORE ROMANTIC THAT EVER! (original and reissue posters)
Storyline: Following Napoleon’s Waterloo defeat and the exile of his officers and their families from France, the U.S.Congress, in 1817, granted four townships in the Alabama territory to the exiles. Led by Colonel Georges Geraud and General Paul DeMarchand, the struggling settlers have made a thriving community, called Demoplis, by the summer of 1819. On a shopping trip to Mobile, Fleurette DeMarchand, the General’s daughter, meets John Breen, a Kentucky rifleman, who detours his regiment through Demopolis to court her. But Fleurette, despite her wish to marry for love, must bow to the needs of her fellow exiles, who are at the mercy of the rich and wealthy Blake Randolph, and who wants her as his bride. But John Breen has no intention of allowing that to happen, resigns from his regiment, and takes up the fight against Randolph and his hirelings.
In Alabama in 1818, Kentucky militiaman John Breen falls in love with a French exile and discovers a plot to steal the land her fellow exiles plan to settle on.