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

7th Cavalry (1956) DVD-R

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Starring Randolph Scott, Barbara Hale, Jay C. Flippen, Frank Faylen, Jeanette Nolan, Leo

Gordon, Denver Pyle, Harry Carey Jr.

Directed by Joseph H. Lewis



Print: color

Runtime: 75 min.

Genre: western

Print Quality: B



Returning to Fort Lincoln, Captain Benson learns of Custer's defeat at the Little Big Horn. At

the inquiry as Custer's Officers blame Custer for the defeat, Benson tries to defend him. But

Benson was suspiciously absent at the time of the battle and is now despised by the troops.

So when an order to retrieve the bodies from the battlefield arrives, Benson volunteers for

the dangerous mission of returning back into Indian territory.

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Starring Randolph Scott, Barbara Hale, Jay C. Flippen, Frank Faylen, Jeanette Nolan, Leo
Gordon, Denver Pyle, Harry Carey Jr.
Directed by Joseph H. Lewis

Print: color
Runtime: 75 min.
Genre: western
Print Quality: B+

Returning to Fort Lincoln, Captain Benson learns of Custer's defeat at the Little Big Horn. At
the inquiry as Custer's Officers blame Custer for the defeat, Benson tries to defend him. But
Benson was suspiciously absent at the time of the battle and is now despised by the troops.
So when an order to retrieve the bodies from the battlefield arrives, Benson volunteers for
the dangerous mission of returning back into Indian territory.

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