Reza Said’s review published on Letterboxd:
Khyber Patrol (Seumour Friedman, 1954) 4/10
Silly Hollywood version of the skirmishes between the British - led by square jawed Richard Egan - and the Pathans - led absurdly by Raymond Burr playing an "Afridi" tribesman - along the Khyber Pass in the North West Frontier Province of India. Low budget B-film is hilarious in its inaccuracies - check out Hollywood's version of Muslims praying - with enough action sequences and stiff upper lip Brit shenenigans to make this watchable. Dawn Addams plays the love interest of Egan who inexplicably plays a Canadian posted in the British army in India. Absolute hokum.