The vicar of Dymchurch in 1800 is really a pirate believed dead
In 1780, the Mulatto is left to rot on a desert island for defying the will of Captain Clegg.
Twenty years later, the Reverend Dr Syn administers quietly to the needs of his Dymchurch parishioners.
All is well in the vicar’s world until the King’s men pay an unexpected visit to Romney Marsh, looking for smugglers.
Main title from Doctor Syn (1937).
John Loder and Margaret Lockwood in a film clip from Doctor Syn.
Margaret Lockwood and Frederick Burtwell in a film clip from Doctor Syn.
Dr. Syn - GB (Gaumont), 1937, 80 minutes, B&W, Michael Hogan, Roger Burford (Writers), Russell Thorndike (Novel), Roy William Neill (Director)