They Rode West (1954)

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A young cavalry doctor treats very sick Indians against orders, whom are forced to stay on unhealthy land, which could lead to a war.


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  • Donna Reed and Robert Francis in They Rode West (1954)
  • They Rode West (1954)
  • Donna Reed, Philip Carey, Frank DeKova, Robert Francis, and Eugene Iglesias in They Rode West (1954)
  • Donna Reed, Philip Carey, and Robert Francis in They Rode West (1954)
  • Donna Reed, Philip Carey, and Robert Francis in They Rode West (1954)
  • Donna Reed, Philip Carey, Robert Francis, and May Wynn in They Rode West (1954)

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19 April 2007 | whpratt1
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| The Army Had Bad Doctors
This film starts out with a Calvary Army Officer being shot in the leg by a Native American Indian and is treated by an Army Doctor who is bombed out of his mind on booze and tries to operate on his leg and cuts an artery and the soldier dies. Philip Carey, (Capt. Peter Blake) is very upset about other Army doctors who have caused him problems in the past who were on drugs and booze also. Robert Francis, (Dr. Allen Sewart),"Caine Mutiny" '54 is a new doctor and commissioned by the Army to serve with Capt. Peter Blake. Blake mistrusts Dr. Allen Sewart and gives him a very hard time, because he seems to hate all doctors. Donna Reed,(Laurie MacKaye) takes a liking to Dr. Sewart and encourages him to stand up and fight back at Capt. Blake. May Wynn,(Manyi-ten) "Caine Mutiny" is a white woman who is married to an Indian and seeks the help of Dr. Sewart and falls in love with him. This is a great story and will hold your interest from beginning to the very end. It is very sad that in real life, Robert Francis, was killed in an airplane accident right after he made the great film "Caine Mutiny" he was only twenty-five (25) years of age.

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