‘The Fighting Kentuckian’ Movie Summary
The French Colonel Georges Geraud and General Paul DeMarchand lead a group of the struggling settlers in 1818 Alabama after Napoleon’s defeat at Waterloo. By 1819, the exiles have created a thriving community called Demopolis. While on a shopping trip to Mobile, Fleurette DeMarchand, the General’s daughter, meets John Breen, and he’s immediately smitten with the woman. The Kentucky rifleman then marches his regiment through Demopolis so he might court her. However, the needs of her Fleurette’s fellow exiles outweighs her desires for marriage, and that puts her at the mercy of a wealthy man named Blake Randolph who wants her as his bride instead. Unfortunately for him, John has no intention of letting that to happen. He resigns from his regiment, and takes up the fight against Randolph and his minions.
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