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A gleam of love on Toby’s face.

 

Drum-Beat-21

 

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Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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And to Last River you go alone?

 

Drum-Beat-03

 

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Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Are you afraid to talk about peace, Jack?

 

Drum-Beat-12

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Are you proud of death, Jack?

 

Drum-Beat-13

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Captain Jack, the bad Modoc!

 

Drum-Beat-02

 

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Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Captain Jack’s den.

 

Drum-Beat-09

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Captain Jack’s dictatorship.

 

Drum-Beat-16

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Fear is visible into Toby and her brother Manok’s eyes.

 

Drum-Beat-10

 

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Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Fear of war…

 

Drum-Beat-17

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Gesture of gratitude before the final meeting.

 

Drum-Beat-25

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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He’s dead!

 

Drum-Beat-30

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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I have much love for you, Johnny… Very much.

 

Drum-Beat-04

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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I say they will kill you!

 

Drum-Beat-20

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Is it because of the White one there?

 

Drum-Beat-05

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Is it peace, Scarface?

 

Drum-Beat-15

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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It is that the killing must stop!

 

Drum-Beat-07

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Johnny, you go out to die!

 

Drum-Beat-22

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Love jealousy.

 

Drum-Beat-24

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Meeting with Captain Jack at a Peace Council.

 

Drum-Beat-19

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

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Mr. General, you not make peace this way.

 

Drum-Beat-26

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

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DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

On the way to Last River!

 

Drum-Beat-08

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Romantic disenchantment.

 

Drum-Beat-06

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

The threat of an imminent war…

 

Drum-Beat-29

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

To fight or not to fight?

 

Drum-Beat-14

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Toby is killed in action.

 

Drum-Beat-31

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Toby: the spokesperson of Captain Jack’s intentions.

 

Drum-Beat-18

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Toby’s funeral.

 

Drum-Beat-32

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

We must have faith, Toby.

 

Drum-Beat-23

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Why is Captain Jack being so provocative?

 

Drum-Beat-28

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

You will bring peace now, Johnny?

 

Drum-Beat-01

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

You, Jack, be a man! Talk peace, not killing.

 

Drum-Beat-27

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

Your men are killing people, Jack!

 

Drum-Beat-11

 

Sources

Drum Beat. Directed by Delmer Daves, produced by Delmer Daves and Alan Ladd, screenplay by Delmer Daves, based on an original story by Delmer Daves, cinematography by J. Peverell Marley, film editing by Clarence Kolster, music by Victor Young, Jaguar Productions, USA, 1954, soundtrack: English, 4-Track Stereo and Mono, 35mm (CinemaScope), aspect ratio: 2.55:1, color (WarnerColor), 107 min.

Cast: Alan Ladd (Johnny MacKay), Audrey Dalton (Nancy Meek), Marisa Pavan (Toby), Robert Keith (Bill Satterwhite), Rodolfo Acosta (Scarface Charlie), Charles Bronson (Kintpuash - Captain Jack), Warner Anderson (General Canby), Elisha Cook Jr. (Blaine Crackel), Anthony Caruso (Manok), Richard Gaines (Dr. Thomas), Edgar Stehli (Jesse Grant), Hayden Rorke (President Ulysses S. Grant), Frank de Kova (Modoc Jim), Perry Lopez (Bogus Charlie), Willis Bouchey (General Gilliam), Peter Hansen (Lieutenant Goodsall), George J. Lewis as "George Lewis" (Captain Alonzo Clark), Isabel Jewell (Lily White), Frank Ferguson (Mr. Dyar), Peggy Converse (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant)

DVD found on the Internet by Margaux Soumoy

© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

DVD distributed under license from Warner Home Video

Series: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group - Archive Collection

Date: 2015

DVD screenshot, reframings, title and caption: Margaux Soumoy

 


 

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