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The Alamo

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starring
John Wayne
Richard Widmark
Laurence Harvey Richard Boone rhe siege of the Alamo in 1836 has become a legendary chapter in American history. Directed by John Wayne , this lavish and spectacular Western pays homage to the 187 heroic
Texans and their supporters who battled for 13 days against overwhelming odds. To wrest their state from the Mexicans, they paid the ultimate sacrifice ...
Screenplay by JAMES EDWARD GRANT Produced and directed by JOHN WAYNE
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Contributors

Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: Richard Widmark
Unknown: Laurence Harvey
Unknown: Richard Boone
Directed By: John Wayne
Unknown: James Edward
Directed By: John Wayne
Col David Crockett: John Wayne
Col James Bowie: Richard Widmark
Col William Barret Travis: Laurence Harvey
General Sam Houston: Richard Boone
Smitty: Frankie Avalon
Capt James Butler Bonham: Patrick Wayne
Flaca: Linda Cristal
Mrs Dickinson: Joan O'Brien
Beekeeper: Chill Wills
Juan Sequin: Joseph Calleia

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