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Soldiers Three (1951)

Soldiers Three (1951)

Soldiers Three





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Allegedly based on a Rudyard Kipling novel, this movie draws most of its inspiration from the 1939 film made of Kipling's narrative poem Gunga Din. Stewart Granger, Robert Newton, and Cyril Cusack play three boisterous English soldiers stationed on the Northern India frontier.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Action & Adventure, Comedy
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Written By: Malcolm Stuart Boylan, Sidney Gilliat, Michael Hogan, Vincent Lawrence, Grover Jones
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Stewart Granger
as Pvt. Archibald Ackro...
Walter Pidgeon
as Col. Brunswick
David Niven
as Capt. Pindenny
Robert Newton
as Pvt. Bill Sykes
Cyril Cusack
as Pvt. Dennis Malloy
Greta Gynt
as Crenshaw
Frank Allenby
as Col. Groat
Robert Coote
as Major Mercer
Dan O'Herlihy
as Sgt. Murphy
Michael Ansara
as Manik Rao
Richard Hale
as Govind-Lal
Patrick Whyte
as Major Harrow
as Proprietress
Charles Lang
as Merchant
Harry Martin
as Cavalryman
Patrick O'Moore
as Cavalryman
David Dunbar
as Cavalryman
Stuart Hall
as Lieutenant
Clive Morgan
as Soldier
Pat Aherne
as Soldier
Wilson Wood
as Soldier
Mark Dzier
as Cavalryman
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Lots of people (including its stars) have made this out to be some kind of turkey, but with such low expectations, I really enjoyed it. Much better than most of the stuff that passes for humor nowadays, and the principal actors (Robert Newton, Cyril Cusack, Stewart Granger, David Niven) make it highly watchable. Cyril Cusack is adorable!

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