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The Proud Rebel ()


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A Confederate veteran living in the Yankee North struggles with his son's shock induced muteness and the hate of the Northerners.

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John Chandler
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Linnett Moore
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Harry Burleigh
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David Chandler
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Dr. Enos Davis (Quaker)
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Jeb Burleigh (as Dean Stanton)
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Birm Bates
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Judge Morley
Tom Pittman ...
Tom Burleigh (as Thomas Pittman)
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Mr. Gorman
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Traveling Salesman
King ...
Lance, David's Dog
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Court Clerk (uncredited)
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Mrs. Ainsley (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Curtiz

Written by

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Joseph Petracca ... (screenplay) and
Lillie Hayward ... (screenplay)
 
James Edward Grant ... (story "Journal of Linnett Moore")

Produced by

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Samuel Goldwyn Jr. ... producer

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Jerome Moross

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Ted D. McCord ... director of photography

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Aaron Stell

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McClure Capps

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Victor A. Gangelin ... (as Victor Gangelin)

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George Bau ... makeup artist
Don L. Cash ... makeup artist (as Don Cash)
Carmen Dirigo ... hair stylist

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Clem Beauchamp ... production manager

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Paul Helmick ... assistant director

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Victor A. Gangelin ... set designer (uncredited)

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Paul Franz ... sound recordist
Don Hall ... sound editor (as Don Hall Jr.)
James Nelson ... sound effects editor (uncredited)

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Roscoe Cline ... special effects

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Paul Baxley ... stunt double (uncredited)

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Al St. Hilaire ... still photographer (uncredited)

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Joe King ... costumer (as Joseph King)
Mary Wills ... costumes: Olivia de Havilland

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Bernard Mayers ... orchestrator
Emil Newman ... conductor
Lloyd Young ... music editor (as W. Lloyd Young)

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Samuel Goldwyn Jr. ... presenter
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Plot Summary

Searching for a doctor who can help him get his son to speak again--the boy hadn't uttered a word since he saw his mother die in the fire that burned down the family home--a Confederate veteran finds himself facing a 30-day jail sentence when he's unfairly accused of starting a brawl in a small town. A local woman pays his fine, providing that he works it off on her ranch. He soon finds himself involved in the woman's struggle to keep her ranch from a local landowner who wants it--and whose sons were responsible for the man being framed for the fight. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Taglines THERE ARE NO WORDS...To express this boy's devotion to the proud man and woman he loved...and the emotional impact of the words he longed to tell them! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Le fier rebelle (France)
  • US Western und ihre Stars (Germany)
  • El rebelde orgulloso (Spain)
  • Rebelul mandru (Romania)
  • O Rebelde Orgulhoso (Portugal)
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  • 103 min
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Budget $1,600,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia King, the border collie who plays Lance was a Western champion sheep dog. See more »
Goofs When Linnett claims to the judge that the farm will pay if she gets help, her hands are on her knees in one shot and clasped together in the next. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Breach (2007). See more »
Quotes Jeb Burleigh: I'd like a little respect. I told you before I don't like people I'm talkin' to to walk away from me. Look at me! You look at me when I talk to you.
John Chandler: I'm lookin', but I don't see anything.
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