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They Died with Their Boots On

They Died with Their Boots On

Release Date: 1941-11-20 (79 years ago)
Errol Flynn
George Armstrong Custer
Errol Flynn was:
Olivia de Havilland
Elizabeth Bacon
Olivia de Havilland was:
Arthur Kennedy
Ned Sharp
Arthur Kennedy was:
Charley Grapewin
California Joe
Charley Grapewin was:
Gene Lockhart
Samuel Bacon, Esq.
Gene Lockhart was:
Anthony Quinn
Crazy Horse
Anthony Quinn was:
Stanley Ridges
Maj. Romulus Taipe
Stanley Ridges was:
John Litel
Gen. Phil Sheridan
John Litel was:
Walter Hampden
William Sharp
Walter Hampden was:
Sydney Greenstreet
Lt. Gen. Winfield Scott
Sydney Greenstreet was:
Regis Toomey
Fitzhugh Lee
Regis Toomey was:
Hattie McDaniel
Callie
Hattie McDaniel was:
G.P. Huntley
Lt. 'Queen's Own' Butler
G.P. Huntley was:
Frank Wilcox
Capt. Webb
Frank Wilcox was:
Joe Sawyer
Sgt. Doolittle
Joe Sawyer was:
Minor Watson
Senator Smith
Minor Watson was:
Eddie Acuff
Cpl. Smith (uncredited)
Eddie Acuff was:
Tod Andrews
Cadet Brown (uncredited)
Tod Andrews was:
Cyril Archambault
Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Cyril Archambault was:
Irving Bacon
Uniform Salesman (uncredited)
Irving Bacon was:
Walter Baldwin
Settler (uncredited)
Walter Baldwin was:
Roy Barcroft
Officer (uncredited)
Roy Barcroft was:
Hank Bell
1st Michigan Officer (uncredited)
Hank Bell was:
Brooks Benedict
Well-Wisher (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict was:
Edward Biby
Military Officer (uncredited)
Edward Biby was:
Hobart Bosworth
Mr. Cartwright (uncredited)
Hobart Bosworth was:
Rudy Bowman
Trooper (uncredited)
Rudy Bowman was:
Truman Bradley
7th Michigan officer (uncredited)
Truman Bradley was:
Moses Brave
Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Moses Brave was:
Virginia Brissac
Woman (uncredited)
Virginia Brissac was:
Walter Brooke
Cadet Rosser (uncredited)
Walter Brooke was:
Jack Budlong
Cavalryman (uncredited)
Jack Budlong was:
Lane Chandler
Sentry (uncredited)
Lane Chandler was:
Spencer Charters
Station Master (uncredited)
Spencer Charters was:
Leo Chasing Hawk
Chief of Indian Scouts (uncredited)
Leo Chasing Hawk was:
G. Pat Collins
Corporal (uncredited)
G. Pat Collins was:
Clancy Cooper
Train Conductor (uncredited)
Clancy Cooper was:
Tex Cooper
Trooper (uncredited)
Tex Cooper was:
Victor Cox
Trooper (uncredited)
Victor Cox was:
Joseph Crehan
President Ulysses S. Grant (uncredited)
Joseph Crehan was:
Wade Crosby
Ft. Lincoln Bartender (uncredited)
Wade Crosby was:
Russell Custer
Barfly (uncredited)
Russell Custer was:
Steve Darrell
Officer (uncredited)
Steve Darrell was:
Andrew DeRockbraine
Crazy Horse Rescuer (uncredited)
Andrew DeRockbraine was:
Joe Devlin
Joe (uncredited)
Joe Devlin was:
Moses Dog
Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Moses Dog was:
George Eldredge
Capt. Riley (uncredited)
George Eldredge was:
Alvin Elk Nation
Oglala Chief (uncredited)
Alvin Elk Nation was:
Amos Elk Nation
Blackfeet Chief (uncredited)
Amos Elk Nation was:
Martin Faust
Officer (uncredited)
Martin Faust was:
Frank Ferguson
Grant's Secretary (uncredited)
Frank Ferguson was:
Francis Ford
Veteran (uncredited)
Francis Ford was:
William Forrest
Adjutant (uncredited)
William Forrest was:
Dick French
Officer (uncredited)
Dick French was:
Alberta Gary
Jane (uncredited)
Alberta Gary was:
Slim Gaut
Trooper (uncredited)
Slim Gaut was:
Sol Gorss
Adjutant (uncredited)
Sol Gorss was:
Jesse Graves
Black Servant (uncredited)
Jesse Graves was:
Michael Grey Eagle
Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Michael Grey Eagle was:
Raymond Hairy Chin
Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Raymond Hairy Chin was:
John Hamilton
Colonel (uncredited)
John Hamilton was:
Chick Hannan
Trooper (uncredited)
Chick Hannan was:
Carl Harbaugh
Sergeant (uncredited)
Carl Harbaugh was:
Weldon Heyburn
Staff Officer (uncredited)
Weldon Heyburn was:
Herbert Heywood
Newsman (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood was:
Russell Hicks
Colonel of 1st Michigan (uncredited)
Russell Hicks was:
Max Hoffman Jr.
Sergeant Reading Telegraph Copy (uncredited)
Max Hoffman Jr. was:
Edna Holland
Nurse (uncredited)
Edna Holland was:
William Hopper
Lt. Frazier (uncredited)
William Hopper was:
Joseph Fast Horse Sr.
Sioux Chief (uncredited)
Joseph Fast Horse Sr. was:
John Hudkins
7th Cavalry Trooper (uncredited)
John Hudkins was:
Selmer Jackson
Capt. McCook (uncredited)
Selmer Jackson was:
Annabelle Jones
Bacon's Maid #2 (uncredited)
Annabelle Jones was:
Edward Keane
Congressman (uncredited)
Edward Keane was:
Fred Kelsey
Ft. Lincoln Bartender (uncredited)
Fred Kelsey was:
Joe King
Chairman of Hearing (uncredited)
Joe King was:
Paul Kruger
Officer (uncredited)
Paul Kruger was:
Harry Lewis
Youth (uncredited)
Harry Lewis was:
Vera Lewis
Head Nurse (uncredited)
Vera Lewis was:
Arthur Loft
Tillaman (uncredited)
Arthur Loft was:
Ian MacDonald
Soldier (uncredited)
Ian MacDonald was:
Eric Mayne
Congressman (uncredited)
Eric Mayne was:
Frank Mayo
Orderly (uncredited)
Frank Mayo was:
Sam McDaniel
Waiter Serving Custer (uncredited)
Sam McDaniel was:
Patrick McVey
Cpl. Jones (uncredited)
Patrick McVey was:
Robert Milasch
Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Milasch was:
Frank Mills
Barfly (uncredited)
Frank Mills was:
Mike Morelli
Barfly (uncredited)
Mike Morelli was:
Edmund Mortimer
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer was:
Jack Mower
Telegraph Operator (uncredited)
Jack Mower was:
George Murphy
Cavalryman (uncredited)
George Murphy was:
Richard Neill
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Richard Neill was:
Anna Q. Nilsson
Mrs. Taipe (uncredited)
Anna Q. Nilsson was:
Frank Orth
Barfly (uncredited)
Frank Orth was:
Eddie Parker
Sentry (uncredited)
Eddie Parker was:
Tex Parker
Soldier (uncredited)
Tex Parker was:
Bob Perry
Officer (uncredited)
Bob Perry was:
Aileen Pringle
Mrs. Sharp (uncredited)
Aileen Pringle was:
Jack Red Bear
Shosone Chief (uncredited)
Jack Red Bear was:
George Reed
Charles (uncredited)
George Reed was:
Renie Riano
Nurse (uncredited)
Renie Riano was:
Addison Richards
Adjutant (uncredited)
Addison Richards was:
John Ridgely
2nd Lt. Davis (uncredited)
John Ridgely was:
Virginia Sale
Nurse (uncredited)
Virginia Sale was:
Robert Schoenhut Sr.
Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Robert Schoenhut Sr. was:
James Seay
Lt. Walsh (uncredited)
James Seay was:
Frank Shooter
Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Frank Shooter was:
Garland Smith
Officer (uncredited)
Garland Smith was:
Hugh Sothern
Maj. Smith (uncredited)
Hugh Sothern was:
Harry Strang
Orderly (uncredited)
Harry Strang was:
Ray Teal
Barfly (uncredited)
Ray Teal was:
Jim Thorpe
Indian (uncredited)
Jim Thorpe was:
Minerva Urecal
Nurse (uncredited)
Minerva Urecal was:
William Village Center
Mniconjou Chief (uncredited)
William Village Center was:
Dick Wessel
Sgt. Brown (uncredited)
Dick Wessel was:
Joshua White Shield
Cheyenne Chief (uncredited)
Joshua White Shield was:
Gig Young
Lt. Roberts (uncredited)
Gig Young was:
Francis Zahn
Sans Arc Chief (uncredited)
Francis Zahn was:
Louis Zamperini
Soldier (uncredited)
Louis Zamperini was:
Victor Zimmerman
Colonel of 5th Michigan (uncredited)
Victor Zimmerman was:
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