Sunday Seconds with the Duke

Legend of the Lost (1957)

Episode #44

United Artists released Legend of the Lost to theaters on December 17, 1957. Henry Hathaway directed the film starring John Wayne, Sophia Loren, and Rossano Brazzi.

‘Legend of the Lost’ Movie Summary

When Paul Bonnard arrives in Timbuktu, he hires Joe January to guide him into the Sahara desert. Joe takes the job even though he knows it’s a foolish journey. Dita is a disreputable woman who develops a crush on Paul because he looks past her unchaste ways. She follows the two men into the desert where they seek a lost city full of treasure. The three eventually find the lost city which turns out to be an ancient Roman city. What do they find there? Watch the movie to find out.

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United Artists released Legend of the Lost to theaters on December 17, 1957. Henry Hathaway directs the film which stars John Wayne, Sophia Loren, and Rossano Brazzi.

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    1. No, we are going to take a break for a few month on John Wayne reviews, although we might try to get The Shootist reviewed in time for the 40th Anniversary of John Wayne’s death on June 11 of this year.

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