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Pony Soldier (1952) was a Western - Film Adaptation Film directed by Joseph M. Newman and produced by Samuel G. Engel.

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Pony Soldier (1952)

By Kristen on Feb 27, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film

Movies about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have been around since the police force, itself, was established. ?There’s an entire webpage detailing the history of the RCMP (aka Mounties) in film which you can find here. ?Pony Soldier was poised to be an A-list affair with dashing leading man... Read full article


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Film debut of Earl Holliman.
Actor Stuart Randall, playing Standing Bear, had all his lines re-dubbed with another actor's voice after filming was completed. Apparently the producers finally realized that most Canadian Indians do not, like Randall, have a distinct Texas accent.
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