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His First Command (1929)

A playboy is in love with a woman and enters the army thinking it will improve his chances with her.

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Terry Culver
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Judy Gaylord
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Lt. Freddie Allen
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Jane Sargent
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Col. Gaylord
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Maj. Hall (as Howard Hickman)
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Sgt. Westbrook
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Cpl. Jones
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Mrs. Pike
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Mrs. Sargent
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Homer (as Charles Moore)
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Playboy Terry Culver meets Judy Gaylord, daughter of the commandant of the Calvary unit at a U.S.Army post. He falls in love with her, and joins the Army as an enlisted nom-com, thinking he will quickly be make an officer. He immediately raise the ire of all the non-coms and enlisted men, especially tough-Sergeant Westbrook. But he comes through with flying colors at the annual steeplechase, saves a young girl, Jane Sargent, from being over-run by horses, gets a a broken arm and a commission...and the Colonel's daughter. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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The earliest documented telecast of this film occurred in Los Angeles Thursday 3 February 1949 on KFI (Channel 9). See more »

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