Missionary nurse Rachel (Angie Dickinson) is burying her supervisor when Congolese tribals led by Muwango (Woody Strode, in a hat, not a hairdo) show up, then Derode (Peter Finch) rescues, in The Sins Of Rachel Cade, 1960.
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Angie Dickinson (title character, missionary nurse) rushes into the Congo jungle after a wholly unexpected plane crash, finding Roger Moore, improbably playing an American doctor in the RAF, in The Sins Of Rachel Cade, 1961.
Staffer Marie (Mary Wickes) is nagging widowed Belgian (Congo) administrator DeRode (Peter Finch), both awaiting the arrival of their new missionary nurse Rachel (Angie Dickinson), early in The Sins Of Rachel Cade, 1961.
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It's 1939, and World War II begins its carnage. But deep in the Belgian Congo, nurse Rachel Cade goes about the daily, desperate business of saving lives, barely touched by the world outside. Then an RAF pilot crash lands near the hospital, bringing with him the urgency of war...and a love that will change Rachel's life forever. Three exciting stars - Angie Dickinson (Point Blank), Peter Finch (Network) and seven-time James Bond Roger Moore - headline an exotic drama scripted by Edward Anhalt (Becket). Of equal note is the extraordinary supporting cast, including Woody Strode, Juano Hernandez, Rafer Johnson and Scatman Crothers. Powerful performances and powerful storytelling infuse this film with a timeless relevance.
Angie Dickinson, Roger Moore and Peter Finch star in this melodrama set in the Belgian Congo about a missionary nurse involved in romance and native conflicts.
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