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The Undefeated (1969) was a Western - Adventure Film directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and produced by Robert L. Jacks.

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Col. John Henry Thomas: Windage and elevation, Mrs. Langdon; windage and elevation.

Col. James Langdon: [on finding his men still in uniform] General Robert E. Lee surrendered, am I right?
Capt. Anderson: Yes, sir.
Col. James Langdon: That means that officially we no longer exist as an armed body; yet everywhere I look here today I see armed men, wearing uniforms and flying the battle flag! Get it down!

Col. John Henry Thomas: [Thomas and Langdon are talking to the Mexican bandit] Is the flap on your holster snapped or unsnapped, my Confederate friend?
Col. James Langdon: Snapped, my Yankee friend.
Col. John Henry Thomas: Then, I guess I'm his pigeon.
[Draws and fires as the Mexican goes for his gun]

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Before filming began, John Wayne had to lose most of the weight he had put on in order to play Rooster Cogburn in True Grit.
According to director Andrew V. McLaglen, his first choice for the role of Colonel James Langdon was James Arness, who was willing to do it but backed out just before shooting began. Rock Hudson was brought in as his replacement.
Despite his numerous anti-gay remarks in interviews over the years, John Wayne co-starred with Rock Hudson in The Undefeated, even though he knew of the actor's homosexuality. In this Civil War epic, the champion of right-wing political conservatism worked well with and even became good friends with Hudson, Hollywood's gayest (although it wasn't publicly known at the time) leading man.
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