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Lt. Col. Owen Thursday (Character)
from Fort Apache (1948)

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Fort Apache -- Henry Fonda is a fanatical cavalry commander of a remote outpost bent on leading his men to slaughter. Also featuring John Wayne and Victor McLaglen.
Fort Apache -- In John Ford's sombre exploration mythologising of American heroes, he slowly reveals the character of Owen Thursday...

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  1. Fort Apache (1948) Played by Henry Fonda
    ... aka "Cavalry 1: Fort Apache" - International (English title) (imdb display title)

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From Fort Apache (1948)
[Col. Thursday is addressing the officers]
Lt. Col. Thursday: Gentlemen, I did not seek this command, but since it's been assigned me, I intend to make this regiment the finest on the frontier. I fully realize that prolonged duty in a small outpost can lead to carelessness... and inefficiency and laxity in dress and deportment. I call it to your attention that only one of you has reported here this morning properly dressed. The uniform, gentlemen, is not a subject for individual, whimsical expression. We're not cowboys at this post...
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