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Cavalry Charge (1951) was a Western - War Film directed by Lewis R. Foster and produced by William H. Pine and William C. Thomas.

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Ronald Reagan was a serious breeder of horses during this period of his career and insisted on riding his favorite mare in this film.
Burt Mustin's movie debut.
The producers of this movie, William H. Pine and William C. Thomas, were known in the industry as "The Dollar Bills" because they made movies so quickly and efficiently that their films seldom if ever lost money. This was their most expensive production to date, mainly because of its cast of higher-paid stars. It was also their biggest hit.
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