director Frederick de Cordova
Yvonne De Carlo stars as a plucky stowaway on a ship overtaken by pirates in Buccaneer’s Girl. Dumped in New Orleans, she becomes an entertainer, working for Elsa Lancaster at a “school for girls” (read: brothel), and she gets mixed-up with the noted pirate, his political foes, and his secret identity as well.
De Carlo gives it her all and pumps life throughout the Technicolor 77 minutes filled with action, romance, and song.
It is what it is and it’s pretty darn entertaining.