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The Red, White, and Black (1970)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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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
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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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Today and Tomorrow
Music by Tom McIntosh
Performed by Joe Williams
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Entirely Worthless
2 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

I have never seen such a film that has so little value as this version of Buffalo Soldiers. The black soldiers that operated in the American West after the Civil War deserved better than this.

This film had no plot. The acting was extremely poor. There was no character development. It was mis-cast. The costuming of the Indians was extremely poor. The songs were really poor; it would have done better without such boring songs. Where do they find such lousy composers? The Indians were dressed in modern clothing made to look ragged. They had headbands that were obviously recently color dyed for the film.

Cesar Romero is a fine actor, but it is pretty unreal to find a Latin officer in the US Army defending the US border with Mexico. Barbara Hale plays his wife. She took her part pretty insincerely. I agree with her, as no one could take this film seriously. 1/10


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