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Beautifully shot and costumed, this Hollywood version of the Benedict Arnold takedown. Much like in history, it's Major Andre we're left rooting for - thanks to the swoon-worthy elegance Michael Wilding brought to the role. Unfortunately, there's too little action and too much dialogue for it to really capture the viewer. 3+ stars
Colorful semi factual historical drama. Good production values and okay performances.
Great Lavish vintage drama, based around the Benedict Arnold affair.
Perhaps I was simply not in the mood for such a movie. An interesting tale about a traitor.
A story I hadn't heard told. This should be remade. I was not a fan of the lead actor. It could have been epic.
Though not quite historically correct, this is still a great movie about one of America's earliest traitors.
This is the story of Benedict Arnold as he tries to turn over West Point to the British. To me this was the most boring movie I have seen in a long time. It tells a wonderful story of the Revolutionary War but where Arnold's story is it fails miserably. Cinematography lacks nothing and was brilliantly done by Paul Vogel. There aren't many films telling the story of Benedict Arnold and this one is worth the watch if you want to catch up on your history.
The story of an English Hero in the American Revolution.
Interesting historical movie.
Another well directed John Sturges movie about the fictional origins of the first American military intelligence unit during the Revolutionary war. Sturges does a great job of mingling actual events, Gen Benedict Arnold's attempts to hand over the American fort at West Point to the British in exchange for money and the fictionalized spy vs spy (Wilde vs Wilding) activities by the Americans and the British. Wilding and George Sanders are perfectly cast in their roles.