TV Movie | Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Drama
Against orders and with no help of relief Texas patriots led by William Travis, Jim Bowie, and Davy Crockett defend the Alamo against overwhelming Mexican forces.
The final charge consists mostly of footage from The Last Command (1955).
Gen. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna:
I like you English... your thoroughness... your worldliness...
Col. Black: On behalf of my countrymen...
Gen. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna: ... but I do not like your fine manners. Manners win women, not wars. Perhaps if you English had realized that, the Americans would not be a country to ...
A glaring problem with this film's casting is the fact that almost all the major players in the Alamo siege are portrayed by actors who are ridiculously overage for their parts. Jim Bowie, for instance, was only 39 at the time of the siege, while James Arness was 64 at the time of filming. Davy Crockett was 49, while Brian Keith was 65, and Lorne Greene was a 72-year-old playing a Sam Houston who was 43 in 1836. Alec Baldwin is reasonably close at 29 to William Travis's actual age of 26 and Raul Julia was 47 at the time while Santa Anna was 42.
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