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In order to shoot the scene where George Washington and his men cross the Delaware river, a major swath of the frozen Saranac River in New York had to be dynamited and then populated with 1400 extras in rowboats.
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18th century Trenton, New Jersey, was recreated as an outdoor set, built in Plattsburgh, New York. The set included two streets, each 800 feet long, and forty-six houses.
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Feature film debut of W.C. Fields, an old pal of Marion Davies' from their Ziegfeld Follies days.
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One of three films Marion Davies starred in with Harrison Ford.
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According to author Richard Koszarski, this film used every available studio space available in the New York area.
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The sequence showing George Washington crossing the Delaware River utilized a reported fourteen hundred extras.
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Film debut of Ken Maynard.
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