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Rogue's March (1953)

Passed | | Adventure, Drama, War | 13 February 1953 (USA)
Unjustly drummed out of his regiment, a Victorian Englishman (Peter Lawford) restores his honor in India.

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Capt. Dion Lenbridge / Pvt. Harry Simms
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Capt. Thomas Garron
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Jane Wensley
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Col. Henry Lenbridge
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Herbert Bielensen
Patrick Aherne ...
Maj. Wensley
John Dodsworth ...
Maj. MacStreet
Herbert Deans ...
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Maj. Fallow
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Lt. Jersey
Barry Bernard ...
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Charles Davis ...
Cpl. Biggs
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Gen. Woodbury
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Igor - Russian Emissary
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Crane
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Unjustly drummed out of his regiment, a Victorian Englishman (Peter Lawford) restores his honor in India.

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HIGH ADVENTURE! IN INDIA...LAND OF MYSTERY! (original print ad-all caps) See more »

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Adventure | Drama | War

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Passed | See all certifications »
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13 February 1953 (USA)  »

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On se bat aux Indes  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Never let timing get in the way of a good story. Queen Victoria is mentioned and shown as reigning monarch dating the period to before her death. Yet, khaki Service dress was not adopted until after the end of the second Anglo-Boer more than a year later. While some units has used similar dress earlier, none was issued in Britain. See more »

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An old friend
16 April 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This is our old friend the Bengal Lancers movie. Hero in disgrace, redeems himself by saving the honour of the regiment. Unlike most of the genre (The Charge of the Light Brigade, The Four Feathers, etc) this one is actually set in India or nearby for the most part. Peter Lawford is too weak for the lead; Richard Greene slightly too fruity, as always, for the second banana; and I don't know how Janice Rule got a gig as the English girlfriend, although she wears her best corset and a stunning Victorian ballgown trimmed with flowers at the bodice. Overall it's a fun example of the genre, and the battle scenes at the end, shot in the real Khyber Pass somehow, are alone worth the price of admission, giving you some idea of strategy & tactics, not just the usual hand to hand biffing.


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