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The Red, White, and Black (1970)

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Eli Brown
Isaac Fields ...
First Sgt. Robertson
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Mrs. Alice Grierson
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Pvt. Armstrong
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Sgt. Hatch
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Isabel Taylor
Janee Michelle ...
Julie Brown
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Walking Horse
Byrd Holland ...
The Sutler
Steve Drexel ...
Capt. Louis Carpenter
Bill Collins ...
Pvt. Washington
Russ Nannarello Jr. ...
Lt. Bigelow
John J. Fox ...
The Sigifier (as John Fox)
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Col. Grierson
Barbara Brown ...
Officer's Wife
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They were black troopers who fought and killed the red man for a white government that didn't give a damn about either one! See more »


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16 December 1970 (USA)  »

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Men of the 10th  »

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Today and Tomorrow
Music by Tom McIntosh
Performed by Joe Williams
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No a "B Western", but a "Z Western"!
29 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this when it first came out and liked it. Probably because I love westerns and westerns about the cavalry. So when I saw it available on DVD under the title of "The Buffalo Soldiers", I had to have it. When I watched it I couldn't believe that I liked such schlock! Terrible! Saw that it was filmed at the actual Fort Davis in Texas, but that didn't help the lousy script, acting, directing, filming, editing and whatever else there is to rate. The actual Buffalo Soldiers must be rolling in their graves at this one. What an embarrassment. Save your money and bypass this piece of garbage! If you want to see a better movie about these heroes called Buffalo Soldiers, get yourself a copy of Danny Glover's film. Yeah, yeah it ends on a lame note, but it is sure better than this waste of film!


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