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Philadelphia 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 Shirley Temple
    ... aka "Cavalry 1: Fort Apache" - International (English title) (imdb display title)

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From Fort Apache (1948)
Captain Yorke: [quoting regulations] "An officer, upon reporting to a new post, must wait upon his commanding officer at the first possible moment. He will leave his card."
2nd Lt. Michael O'Rourke: [continuing to quote the regulation] "He will leave an additional card for each lady in the commanding officer's family."
Captain Yorke: [continuing] "All other officers on the post will, in turn, leave their cards at the quarters of the incoming officer."
[to O'Rourke]
Captain Yorke: Right?
2nd Lt. Michael O'Rourke: Right!
[to Philadelphia]
2nd Lt. Michael O'Rourke: Now do you understand?
Philadelphia Thursday: It was just a duty call?
Captain Yorke: That's it - just a duty call. But there's nothing in the regulations that says the commanding officer's daughter should receive such cards on her backporch... in her nightie.
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