Ten Gentlemen from West Point

Categories: Western, Drama
This historical drama tells the story of the first class to graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. In the early 19th Century, Congress appropriated the money to build the school, but opponents who believed it to be an illegitimate expansion of the powers of the federal government decided to sabotage the school. They put the hard-as-nails Major Sam Carter in charge of the academy, and he ruthlessly put the recruits through grueling training -- until only ten prospective soldiers remained. They include Dawson, a patriotic farm boy and Howard Shelton, a selfish playboy who has come to West Point only because of its prestige. The two vie for Carolyn Bainbridge, while they, along with the other eight, try convince Carter that the school is worth keeping.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1942-06-26
Run time: 102 minute / 1:42
Director: Henry Hathaway
Production Company : 20th Century Fox
Production Country: United States of America





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George Montgomery
as Joe Dawson
Maureen O'Hara
as Carolyn Bainbridge
John Sutton
as Howard Shelton
Laird Cregar
as Maj. Sam Carter
Shepperd Strudwick
as Henry Clay
Victor Francen
as Florimond Massey
Harry Davenport
as Bane
Ward Bond
as Sgt. Scully
Douglass Dumbrille
as Gen. William Henry Harrison
Ralph Byrd
as Maloney
Joe Brown Jr.
as Benny Havens
David Bacon
as Shippen
Esther Dale
as Mrs. Thompson
Richard Derr
as Chester
Louis Jean Heydt
as Jared Danforth
Stanley Andrews
as Capt. Sloane
James Flavin
as Capt. Luddy
Edna Mae Jones
as Letty
Charles Trowbridge
as Senate President
Tully Marshall
as Grandpa
Edwin Maxwell
as Sen. John Randolph
Uno
as Old Put
Edward Fielding
as William Eustis
Morris Ankrum
as Wood
Selmer Jackson
as Sersen
Noble Johnson
as Tecumseh
Eddie Dunn
as O'Toole
Frank Ferguson
as Alden Brown
Warren Ashe
as Orderly (uncredited)
Lane Bradford
as Recruit (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler
as Bombardier (uncredited)
Davison Clark
as Senator (uncredited)
Ruth Clifford
as Graduation Spectator (uncredited)
Iron Eyes Cody
as Indian (uncredited)
Max Cole
as Cadet (uncredited)
Chick Collins
as Lacrosse Player (uncredited)
John Dilson
as Senator (uncredited)
William 'Red' Donahue
as Minor Role (uncredited)
Blake Edwards
as Cadet (uncredited)
Bess Flowers
as Graduation Ceremony Guest (uncredited)
Edward Gargan
as Bombardier (uncredited)
Gene Garrick
as Cadet (uncredited)
Jesse Graves
as Sam (uncredited)
John Hartley
as Cadet (uncredited)
Dick Hogan
as Cadet (uncredited)
George Holmes
as Cadet (uncredited)
Olin Howland
as Carpenter (uncredited)
Jack Hyde
as Minor Role (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin
as Senator (uncredited)
Payne B. Johnson
as Boy in Fort (uncredited)
John Kelly
as Bombardier (uncredited)
William Kersen
as Cadet (uncredited)
Anthony Marsh
as Cadet (uncredited)
Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart
as Cadet (uncredited)
John Meredith
as Cadet (uncredited)
Tom Neal
as Cadet (uncredited)
Stanley Parlan
as Cadet (uncredited)
Herbert Patterson
as Cadet (uncredited)
Don Peters
as Cadet (uncredited)
Gene Rizzi
as Cadet (uncredited)
Henry Roquemore
as Senator (uncredited)
Paul Scardon
as Senator (uncredited)
James Seay
as Courtney (uncredited)
Frank Shannon
as Senator (uncredited)
Cap Somers
as Graduation Spectator (uncredited)
Carl Stockdale
as Senator (uncredited)
Harry Stubbs
as Senator (uncredited)
Harry Tyler
as Carpenter (uncredited)
John Whitney
as Cadet (uncredited)
Dick Winslow
as Cadet (uncredited)
Gordon Wynn
as Cadet (uncredited)
Sound
Alfred Newman Original Music Composer

Art
Richard Day Art Direction
Thomas Little Set Decoration

Writing
Richard Maibaum Writer

Camera
Leon Shamroy Director of Photography

Sound
Cyril J. Mockridge Original Music Composer
David Buttolph Original Music Composer

Production
William Perlberg Producer

Costume & Make-Up
Dolly Tree Costume Design

Directing
Henry Hathaway Director

Editing
James B. Clark Editor

Art
Nathan H. Juran Art Direction









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