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Fort Ti (1953)

Passed | | Adventure, War, Western | 1 May 1953 (USA)
Set against the backdrop of the French and Indian war in colonial America, the British soldiers attempt to route the French Army from Fort Ticonderoga.

Director:

William Castle

Writers:

Robert E. Kent (story), Robert E. Kent (screenplay)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
George Montgomery ... Capt. Jed Horn
Joan Vohs ... Fortune Mallory
Irving Bacon ... Sgt. Monday Wash
James Seay ... Mark Chesney
Ben Astar ... François Leroy
Phyllis Fowler Phyllis Fowler ... Running Otter
Howard Petrie ... Maj. Rogers
Cicely Browne Cicely Browne ... Mrs. Bess Chesney
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Set against the backdrop of the French and Indian war in colonial America, the British soldiers attempt to route the French Army from Fort Ticonderoga.

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FROM THE FIRST KISS... TO THE LAST KILLING...YOU LIVE IT ALL IN 3-DIMENSIONS (original poster-all caps) See more »

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Adventure | War | Western

Certificate:

Passed | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 May 1953 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Entre Índios e Brancos See more »

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Sound Mix:

3 Channel Stereo (RCA Sound System)

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

In October 1982, this film was chosen by the ITV network in the United Kingdom as the first film to be given a television screening in 3-D. Glasses were distributed (free) with that week's TV Times magazine and were also available in selected electrical stores (at a small charge). While the screening was reasonably successful, the experiment was not repeated. See more »

Goofs

All of a sudden, the white woman is wearing men's clothing. None of the men had packs with changes of clothing, and none as short or petite as her were shown previously. From where did they come? Also, a woman would not have worn men's clothing back then (she had just spent three days roaming the forest dressed in her frock---why couldn't she have continued now that she had protection and an easier time going?). There was also no explanation of why the two were out alone after the nighttime scene. See more »

Quotes

Fortune Mallory: [to Jed Horn] How did you ever get to be a captain? By beating up every man in the regiment with your fists?
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Referenced in 13 Ghosts: The Magic of Illusion-O (2001) See more »

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A strategic fort
19 August 2014 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Fort Ticonderoga or as it was originally known Fort Carillon when the French built was the focal point of a lot of military action in both the Seven Years War and the American Revolution. In fact this film is factually wrong on the face because it was Fort Carillon and became Ticonderoga only after Lord Jeffrey Amherst took it with the help of Roger's Rangers.

A film about the military action would have been far more interesting than what we got here in Fort Ti. The action scenes are fine, but the writers stuck in a rather stupid love story involving George Montgomery and two women.

Montgomery has other worries though. His sister and her two children have been taken by the French to insure that her husband James Seay does a good job spying for the French. While Amherst and Rogers are taking the strategic fort, Montgomery has to affect a rescue of captives including his sister and nephews.

This film could have used A treatment and a kind of colonial Longest Day plot. For a B film it was nicely photographed and the battle scenes are good.

But it could have been so much better.


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