In 1625 on Exmoor, a farmer comes to love an outlaw’s daughter who proves in reality to be a kidnapped heiress
During the reign of King James II, the Doones live on Exmoor as outlaws.
In a nearby village, young Jan Ridd’s father is murdered by one of the Doones.
Some years later, Jan’s illicit friendship with Lorna Doone is rekindled. Despite the risk of being discovered, a romance blossoms.
Lorna Doone - GB (ATP), 1934, 90 minutes, B&W, Dorothy Farnum, Miles Malleson, Gordon Wellesley (Writers), R.D. Blackmore (Novel), Basil Dean (Director)