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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.

Director:

Allan Davis

Writer:

Leon Gordon
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Lawford ... Capt. Dion Lenbridge / Pvt. Harry Simms
Richard Greene ... Capt. Thomas Garron
Janice Rule ... Jane Wensley
Leo G. Carroll ... Col. Henry Lenbridge
John Abbott ... Herbert Bielensen
Patrick Aherne Patrick Aherne ... Maj. Wensley
John Dodsworth John Dodsworth ... Maj. MacStreet
Herbert Deans Herbert Deans ... Prosecutor
Hayden Rorke ... Maj. Fallow
John Lupton ... Lt. Jersey
Barry Bernard Barry Bernard ... Sergeant
Charles Davis Charles Davis ... Cpl. Biggs
Jack Raine ... Gen. Woodbury
Richard Hale ... Igor - Russian Emissary
Michael Pate ... 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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Taglines:

HIGH ADVENTURE! PERILOUS INTRIGUE! FORBIDDEN LOVE ! (original print ad-all caps) See more »

Genres:

Adventure | Drama | War

Certificate:

Passed | See all certifications »
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Never let timing get in the way of a good story. Queen Victoria is mentioned and shown as the 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 War more than a year later. While some units had used similar dress earlier, none was issued in Britain. See more »

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Really Interesting especially the battle scene and the weapons and material.
15 March 2018 | by swojtakSee all my reviews

First off, actually filming in the Khyber Pass was really interesting especially considering the history and the current events. The acting was all right and nothing special. However, like a John Ford movie, the scenery and location are the real actors. To film where the actual events took place was a real thrill. The whole British military experience was also a thrill. Even though a reviewer mentioned the uniforms were not accurate for the period, I thought they were great. To see the training and what they went through was also a thrill. Although, some scenes shown, the men were using a Mauser bolt action type of rifle I do not think was accurate. I thought they used Martini Henry rifles but I could be wrong. I did see some bolt action Enfield rifles too. The battle scene was the most exciting. It showed a camel being used to take a wounded officer back (you will see what I mean). Then to see the soldiers using camels and mules to transport cannons and other weapons that were taken apart and transported on mule back. They showed cannons in pieces on the backs of the animals and then the men, who were military trained, take the cannons, assemble them, load, and actually shoot them. Some scenes the cannons fired and no recoil but some were loaded, fired, and then the cannons recoiled and almost flip over. This was the real thing. When I say assemble, I mean, the cannon barrels were in two pieces, then screwed together and a band in the middle tightened down with a big screw. The wheels put on, the men readied it to fire and then fired. To me, skip the first half and just watch the battle scene and you will be amazed.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 February 1953 (USA) See more »

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Mono (Western Electric Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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