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During the 1880s in India, a young orphan named Kim (Dean Stockwell) is employed by Mahbub Ali (Errol Flynn), an English spy who masquerades as a horse trader. Kim meets a Tibetan lama (Paul Lukas) and agrees to help him find a sacred river. When it is discovered that Kim has British ancestry in his blood, from his father, he is sent to school. Ali, however, is convinced that the boy has the makings of a great spy. Now educated and trained, Kim has a lot of responsibility thrust upon him.

Cast & Crew

Errol Flynn
Mahbub Ali
Robert Douglas
Colonel Creighton
Cecil Kellaway
Hurree Chunder
Arnold Moss
Lurgan Sahib
Reginald Owen
Father Victor
Richard Hale
Hassan Bey
Hayden Rorke
Major Ainsley (uncredited)
Walter Kingsford
Dr. Bronson (uncredited)
Frank Lackteen
Chunder's Shadow (uncredited)
Frank Richards
Abul (uncredited)
Donna Martell
Haikun (uncredited)
Jeanette Nolan
Foster Mother (uncredited)
Rodd Redwing
Creighton's Servant
Michael Ansara
Harem Guard (uncredited)
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  • May 30, 2011
    A very good film from 1951 about the British in India, and how local tribesmen provide iformation to the British and how a young white boy posed as a India National for years and also helped in providing value information to both the British and other tribesman. A excellent film from that era. 4 1/2 stars
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