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Bob Langdon, a young Pony Express rider, is given an appointment to West Point, but is forced to leave the academy as the result of political intrigue stirred up by enemies of his friend, General George A. Custer. Bob returns to the west... See more »

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Bob Langdon
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Betty Stanwood
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General George Armstrong Custer
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Sam Belden
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Lucretia
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Jonesy
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California Joe
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Lawrence Stanwood
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U.S. Senator Stanwood
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Chief Sitting Bull
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U.S. Senator Hargess
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Penfield
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U.S.President U.S. Grant
Ed Wilson ...
Grant's Secretary
Joe Bonomo ...
Rain-in-the-Face

Directed by

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Edward Sedgwick

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Edward Sedgwick ... (story)
 
Raymond L. Schrock ... (adaptation)
 
Edward J. Montagne ... (scenario) and
Charles Kenyon ... (scenario)

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Edward Sedgwick ... producer

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Hugo Riesenfeld

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Virgil Miller

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Joe Bonomo ... stunts (uncredited)
William Steele ... stunts (uncredited)

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George L. Byram ... technical advisor
Carl Laemmle ... presenter

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Plot Summary

Bob Langdon, a young Pony Express rider, is given an appointment to West Point, but is forced to leave the academy as the result of political intrigue stirred up by enemies of his friend, General George A. Custer. Bob returns to the west and is made a scout for Custer's 7th Cavalry. At the Battle of Little Big Horn, Custer sends Bob with a message for aid, and Bob becomes the only survivor of the battle. Written by Les Adams

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Taglines A Spectacular and Thrilling Drama of the Glorious West! (original poster) See more »
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Also Known As
  • La révolte de Sitting-Bull (France)
  • Der Todesritt von Little Big Horn (Germany)
  • El grito de batalla (Spain)
  • Imprudência Temerária (Portugal)
  • Grito da Batalha (Brazil)
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  • 90 min
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Budget $400,000 (estimated)

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Trivia Stock footage of attacks on a wagon train from this film was also used in the serial The Indians Are Coming (1930). See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Oregon Trail (1939). See more »

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