Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Mandrin is a colorful swashbuckler revolving around a "French Robin Hood." The title character is played by Georges Riviere, whose problems with 18th century tax collectors have compelled him to turn to outlawry. With a band of fellow misfits, Mandrin robs from the rich, and...you know the rest. After dallying with luscious leading ladies Jeanne Valerie and Dany Robin, Mandrin defeats the National Troops in a rousing finale. Filmed in 1958, Mandrin was not released in the U.S. until 1963.
bad-guy, bad-luck, champion, good-guy, swashbuckler