|The Bandit of Zhobe|
|Directed by||John Gilling|
|Screenplay by||John Gilling|
|Produced by||Irving Allen|
Albert R. Broccoli
|Edited by||Bert Rule|
|Music by||Kenneth V. Jones|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|22 April 1959 (USA)|
The Bandit of Zhobe is a 1959 British CinemaScope adventure film directed by John Gilling and starring Victor Mature, Anne Aubrey and Anthony Newley. In British India a bandit goes on a rampage in the mistaken belief that the British have killed his family, which later proves to not be the case. It was produced by Albert Broccoli for Warwick Films and features extensive use of footage from Gilling's previous Zarak.
A bandit with a price on his head, is seen this time blind for revenge. He thinks that the British have massacred his people, his family, his wife and child. But he is wrong. Only the little romantic daughter of his enemy, overflowing with pity for him, could open his eyes to the truth.
The film was known as The Bandit. Filming started 11 August 1958.
Variety said "it cannot be taken seriously."