An orphaned British boy is raised in India with the strengths and discipline of an Indian boy. He finds plenty of useful ways to make a living while following his master to perfection. However, the British secret service arrives in India hoping to take down a ruthless gangster and the orphan will need to decide to help or stick to his rigid upbringing.
"Let me see you match wits with him."
Victor Saville, director of The Silver Chalice, Tonight and Every Night, Green Dolphin Street, Dark Journey, The Office Girl, The Iron Duke, and The W Plan, delivers Kim. The storyline for this picture is very interesting and carried by unique and dynamic characters. The acting is very good and the cast includes Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell, Paul Lucas, Thomas Gomez, Reginald Owen, and Cecil Kellaway.
"Those who beg in silence starve in silence."
I came across this picture on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and had to DVR it since it starred Errol Flynn. This was a well done movie that I thoroughly enjoyed. The characters are worthwhile and entertaining and the film comes together well. I recommend seeing this once.
"I killed my first man when I was fifteen years old."