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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

40,000 Horsemen (1941) DVD-R

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Starring Harvey Adams, Betty Bryant, Chips Rafferty, Eric Reiman, Grant Taylor

Directed by Charles Chauvel



Print: black/white

Runtime: 100 min.

Genre: drama

Print quality: B



 


At the time of its release, 40,000 Horseman was acclaimed as one of the best (if not the best) production to emanate from Australia. Set during WWI, the film is a tribute to the Australian Light Horse regiment, who distinguished themselves while encamped in Palestine on behalf of the British Empire. The story has been "Hollywoodized" somewhat, with the addition of a love story involving Aussie trooper Jim (the popular Chips Rafferty) and French mademoiselle Juliet Rouget (Betty Bryant). All such trivialities are forgotten during the spectacular cavalry-charge sequence which closes the film. The screenplay for 40,000 Horseman was written by the wife of director Charles Chauvel, here billed simply (and somewhat chauvinistically) as "Mrs. Chauvel."

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Starring Harvey Adams, Betty Bryant, Chips Rafferty, Eric Reiman, Grant Taylor
Directed by Charles Chauvel

Print: black/white
Runtime: 100 min.
Genre: drama
Print quality: B

 

At the time of its release, 40,000 Horseman was acclaimed as one of the best (if not the best) production to emanate from Australia. Set during WWI, the film is a tribute to the Australian Light Horse regiment, who distinguished themselves while encamped in Palestine on behalf of the British Empire. The story has been "Hollywoodized" somewhat, with the addition of a love story involving Aussie trooper Jim (the popular Chips Rafferty) and French mademoiselle Juliet Rouget (Betty Bryant). All such trivialities are forgotten during the spectacular cavalry-charge sequence which closes the film. The screenplay for 40,000 Horseman was written by the wife of director Charles Chauvel, here billed simply (and somewhat chauvinistically) as "Mrs. Chauvel."

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