Soldiers Three (1951)

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Retired British general Brunswick reminisces about the days when he was a colonel in charge of a British Army battalion fighting against native rebels in colonial India during the late 1800s.



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Robert Newton plays Private Bill Sykes. He memorably played the Charles Dickens villain Bill Sykes in the David Lean adaptation of Oliver Twist (1948). The characters Sykes, Malloy, and Ackroyd are loosely adapted from characters named Learoyd, Mulvaney and Ortheris in the Rudyard Kipling stories.


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Col. Brunswick: I've heard it all Pindenny. I've heard it ten times, and it's no use. It always ends up the same way - you turn up with the patrol in lady's pink silk underwear!

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Adventure | Comedy | War

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