The Man from the Alamo (1953)

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During the Alamo siege, John Stroud is sent to Ox Bow to protect the townsfolk but, following a massacre, he infiltrates Jess Wade's gang of turncoat renegades supporting the Mexicans.


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  • Glenn Ford in The Man from the Alamo (1953)
  • Glenn Ford and Marc Cavell in The Man from the Alamo (1953)
  • Glenn Ford and Julie Adams in The Man from the Alamo (1953)
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7 September 2018 | gkhege
5
| No buttons and belt loops please!!
Good little movie with plenty of famous character actors. Glenn Ford, as always, does a great job as the coward who left the Alamo. As the case in many of these westerns, the director did not spend much time researching the details pertaining to historically correct clothing and weapons. Button down shirts and belt loops were not available in 1838. In spite of many accuracy flaws. This is a good little family western.

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