They Died with Their Boots On

A STORY OF UNDYING FAITH!

Categories: Drama, Romance, War, Western
The story follows General George Armstrong Custer's adventures from his West Point days to his death. He defies orders during the Civil War, trains the 7th Cavalry, appeases Chief Crazy Horse and later engages in bloody battle with the Sioux nation.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1941-11-20
Run time: 140 minute / 2:20
Director: Raoul Walsh
Writers: ├ćneas MacKenzie, Wally Kline.
Production Company : Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America





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Errol Flynn
as George Armstrong Custer
Olivia de Havilland
as Elizabeth Bacon
Arthur Kennedy
as Ned Sharp
Charley Grapewin
as California Joe
Gene Lockhart
as Samuel Bacon, Esq.
Anthony Quinn
as Crazy Horse
Stanley Ridges
as Maj. Romulus Taipe
John Litel
as Gen. Phil Sheridan
Walter Hampden
as William Sharp
Sydney Greenstreet
as Lt. Gen. Winfield Scott
Regis Toomey
as Fitzhugh Lee
Hattie McDaniel
as Callie
G. P. Huntley
as Lt. 'Queen's Own' Butler
Frank Wilcox
as Capt. Webb
Joe Sawyer
as Sgt. Doolittle
Minor Watson
as Senator Smith
Eddie Acuff
as Cpl. Smith (uncredited)
Tod Andrews
as Cadet Brown (uncredited)
Cyril Archambault
as Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Irving Bacon
as Uniform Salesman (uncredited)
Walter Baldwin
as Settler (uncredited)
Roy Barcroft
as Officer (uncredited)
Hank Bell
as 1st Michigan Officer (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict
as Well-Wisher (uncredited)
Edward Biby
as Military Officer (uncredited)
Hobart Bosworth
as Mr. Cartwright (uncredited)
Rudy Bowman
as Trooper (uncredited)
Truman Bradley
as 7th Michigan officer (uncredited)
Moses Brave
as Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Virginia Brissac
as Woman (uncredited)
Walter Brooke
as Cadet Rosser (uncredited)
Jack Budlong
as Cavalryman (uncredited)
Lane Chandler
as Sentry (uncredited)
Spencer Charters
as Station Master (uncredited)
Leo Chasing Hawk
as Chief of Indian Scouts (uncredited)
G. Pat Collins
as Corporal (uncredited)
Clancy Cooper
as Train Conductor (uncredited)
Tex Cooper
as Trooper (uncredited)
Victor Cox
as Trooper (uncredited)
Joseph Crehan
as President Ulysses S. Grant (uncredited)
Wade Crosby
as Ft. Lincoln Bartender (uncredited)
Russell Custer
as Barfly (uncredited)
Steve Darrell
as Officer (uncredited)
Andrew DeRockbraine
as Crazy Horse Rescuer (uncredited)
Joe Devlin
as Joe (uncredited)
Moses Dog
as Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
George Eldredge
as Capt. Riley (uncredited)
Alvin Elk Nation
as Oglala Chief (uncredited)
Amos Elk Nation
as Blackfeet Chief (uncredited)
Martin Faust
as Officer (uncredited)
Frank Ferguson
as Grant's Secretary (uncredited)
Francis Ford
as Veteran (uncredited)
William Forrest
as Adjutant (uncredited)
Dick French
as Officer (uncredited)
Alberta Gary
as Jane (uncredited)
Slim Gaut
as Trooper (uncredited)
Sol Gorss
as Adjutant (uncredited)
Jesse Graves
as Black Servant (uncredited)
Michael Grey Eagle
as Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Raymond Hairy Chin
as Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
John Hamilton
as Colonel (uncredited)
Chick Hannan
as Trooper (uncredited)
Carl Harbaugh
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Weldon Heyburn
as Staff Officer (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood
as Newsman (uncredited)
Russell Hicks
as Colonel of 1st Michigan (uncredited)
Max Hoffman Jr.
as Sergeant Reading Telegraph Copy (uncredited)
Edna Holland
as Nurse (uncredited)
William Hopper
as Lt. Frazier (uncredited)
Joseph Fast Horse Sr.
as Sioux Chief (uncredited)
John Hudkins
as 7th Cavalry Trooper (uncredited)
Selmer Jackson
as Capt. McCook (uncredited)
Annabelle Jones
as Bacon's Maid #2 (uncredited)
Edward Keane
as Congressman (uncredited)
Fred Kelsey
as Ft. Lincoln Bartender (uncredited)
Joe King
as Chairman of Hearing (uncredited)
Paul Kruger
as Officer (uncredited)
Harry Lewis
as Youth (uncredited)
Vera Lewis
as Head Nurse (uncredited)
Arthur Loft
as Tillaman (uncredited)
Ian MacDonald
as Soldier (uncredited)
Eric Mayne
as Congressman (uncredited)
Frank Mayo
as Orderly (uncredited)
Sam McDaniel
as Waiter Serving Custer (uncredited)
Patrick McVey
as Cpl. Jones (uncredited)
Robert Milasch
as Townsman (uncredited)
Frank Mills
as Barfly (uncredited)
Mike Morelli
as Barfly (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer
as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Jack Mower
as Telegraph Operator (uncredited)
George Murphy
as Cavalryman (uncredited)
Richard Neill
as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Anna Q. Nilsson
as Mrs. Taipe (uncredited)
Frank Orth
as Barfly (uncredited)
Eddie Parker
as Sentry (uncredited)
Tex Parker
as Soldier (uncredited)
Bob Perry
as Officer (uncredited)
Aileen Pringle
as Mrs. Sharp (uncredited)
Jack Red Bear
as Shosone Chief (uncredited)
George Reed
as Charles (uncredited)
Renie Riano
as Nurse (uncredited)
Addison Richards
as Adjutant (uncredited)
John Ridgely
as 2nd Lt. Davis (uncredited)
Virginia Sale
as Nurse (uncredited)
Robert Schoenhut Sr.
as Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
James Seay
as Lt. Walsh (uncredited)
Frank Shooter
as Lakota Sioux Warrior (uncredited)
Garland Smith
as Officer (uncredited)
Hugh Sothern
as Maj. Smith (uncredited)
Harry Strang
as Orderly (uncredited)
Ray Teal
as Barfly (uncredited)
Jim Thorpe
as Indian (uncredited)
Minerva Urecal
as Nurse (uncredited)
William Village Center
as Mniconjou Chief (uncredited)
Dick Wessel
as Sgt. Brown (uncredited)
Joshua White Shield
as Cheyenne Chief (uncredited)
Gig Young
as Lt. Roberts (uncredited)
Francis Zahn
as Sans Arc Chief (uncredited)
Louis Zamperini
as Soldier (uncredited)
Victor Zimmerman
as Colonel of 5th Michigan (uncredited)
Sound
Max Steiner Original Music Composer

Directing
Raoul Walsh Director

Writing
├ćneas MacKenzie Screenplay
Wally Kline Screenplay





















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