They Died With Their Boots On

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Though history is distorted almost beyond recognition in Warner Bros.' They Died With Their Boots On, audiences in 1941 ate it up like cotton candy. In the gospel according to Warners, General George Armstrong Custer (Errol Flynn) is neither an arrogant fool nor a rabid Indian hater. Instead, he is a flamboyant but brilliant cavalry officer, who during the Civil War defies his superiors' orders and becomes a hero as a result. After a period of forced retirement in the postwar years, Custer is put in charge of the 7th Cavalry in the Dakota Territory. Here he whips this ragtag group into spit-and-polish shape, and also does his best to extend a neighborly hand to the local Indian tribes. Custer even goes so far as to promise Chief Crazy Horse (Anthony Quinn) that the white man will never set foot in the sacred Black Hills. Alas, Custer is betrayed by greedy gold prospectors, whipped into a frenzy by scheming (and fictional) land speculator Ned Sharp (Arthur Kennedy). Forced by circumstances to do battle against Crazy Horse to prevent tribal retaliation, Custer and his command ride towards a rendezvous with destiny at the Little Big Horn on June 25, 1876. Though some of the historical inaccuracies in the film are real howlers, blame cannot be laid solely at the feet of Warner Bros.; the Custer legend had previously been perpetrated by the general's loyal widow Elizabeth Bacon (played herein by Olivia de Havilland), then eagerly elaborated upon by Eastern news journalists and dime novels. This film represented the final screen pairing of Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland, a fact that lends poignancy to their classic parting scene. Though an extremely long film, They Died With Their Boots On is never dull, especially during the spectacular Custer's Last Stand finale. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Chapter List

Side #1 --
1. Credits [1:05]
2. Well-Dressed Cadet [5:18]
3. Something About the Fellow [6:01]
4. Divided Corps [2:58]
5. Outrageously Treated [6:08]
6. Last Graduate [3:18]
7. Agitated Adjutant [2:21]
8. Gen. Scott's Order [4:06]
9. Bull Run [3:27]
10. Nursing Squad [2:20]
11. Disgrace to the Union Army [3:55]
12. Tea Leaves Tizzy [3:11]
13. Onions and Rebuffs [4:19]
14. As the Owl Calls [3:26]
15. No Jokes in Orders [3:50]
16. Braided Brigadier [2:03]
17. Hanover [1:07]
18. War Hero's Wedding [4:31]
19. Name Not for Sale [2:17]
20. Libby's Plea [5:34]
21. Wagon to Ft. Lincoln [4:33]
22. Crazy Horse [3:36]
23. Custer's Way [4:09]
24. Escape [3:24]
25. Garry Owen [:27]
26. Longhair's Word [:52]
27. Getting Rid of Custer [4:07]
28. Sharp's Skullduggery [2:36]
29. Broken Treaty [2:16]
30. Confronting Grant [5:06]
31. To Glory and Money [5:19]
32. Gracious Goodbye [3:01]
33. Into the Black Hills [5:41]
34. Preparing for Battle [4:57]
35. Sharp's Options [2:39]
36. Little Big Horn [3:26]
37. To the Last Man [1:40]
38. Dying Declaration [4:53]
39. Cast List [1:33]