Aeneas Mackenzie


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Back To Bataan (1945) -- (Movie Clip) So Long Skinny Stirring fantasy, John Wayne the fictional Col. Madden is summoned by John Miljan as General Jonathan “Skinny” Wainwright who, months after the film was released, and after three years in a Japanese prison camp in the Philippines, would be celebrated across the U.S. as the returning “Hero of Corregidor,” preparing to surrender, in Edward Dmytryk’s very current RKO propaganda piece, Back To Bataan, 1945.
Back to Bataan (1945) -- (Movie Clip) We're Licked Colonel Madden (John Wayne) already knows Filipino rebel comrade Andreas Bonifacio (Anthony Quinn) will overcome his doubts, so he suggests a small mission in Back to Bataan, 1945.
Back to Bataan (1945) -- (Movie Clip) You Will Haul Down The Flag! In case any viewer had doubts about the depravity the enemy or colonial loyalty, a Japanese officer (Abner Biberman) hangs a defiant Filipino schoolmaster (Vladimir Sokoloff), Beulah Bondi the compassionate American teacher, in Edward Dmytryk's Back to Bataan, 1945.
Back To Bataan (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Why Do You Fight? Joining news footage and narration from the script that was under constant revision due to events in the Pacific, back to 1942 where Fely Franquelli is Dalisay, the Philippine broadcaster working for the Japanese invaders, and John Miljan plays the real General Jonathan Wainwright, early in Back To Bataan, 1945, starring John Wayne.
Back To Bataan (1945) -- (Movie Clip) An Old Filipino Trick Lawrence Tierney has arrived as U.S. Navy Cmdr. Waite, briefing long-serving John Wayne as Col. Madden and Anthony Quinn as Filipino Scout Captain Bonifacio et al on plans to re-take key positions ca. 1945, precipitating another legit reference to local military history, in RKO’s Back To Bataan, 1945.
Back To Bataan (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Crude Native Cigarettes Corregidor,1942, John Wayne as U.S. Col. Madden, hears from General Wainwright (John Miljan), and Anthony Quinn as Bonifacio, ranking officer of the allied Philippine Scouts, whose girlfriend is now the radio propaganda voice for the Japanese, who made a reckless heroic decision earlier that day, in another gripping confrontation, in Back To Bataan, 1945.
Black Book, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Dictator Of France D'Aubigny (Robert Cummings), posing as executioner Duval, led by Fouche (Arnold Moss) through the bakery to the secret lair of Robespierre (Richard Basehart), in Anthony Mann's The Black Book (a.k.a. Reign Of Terror), 1949.
They Died With Their Boots On (1942) -- (Movie Clip) A Half-Baked Officer As West Point Commandant Sheridan (John Litel) considers him for expedited promotion and Civil War duty, Major Taipe (Stanley Ridges) objecting, cadet Custer (Errol Flynn) has his first encounter with Miss Bacon (Olivia De Havilland), in Raoul Walsh's They Died With Their Boots On, 1942.
They Died With Their Boots On (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Heaven Help Us Director Raoul Walsh's energetic, if inaccurate vision of General Custer (Errol Flynn), through (bogus) accidental promotion, saving the day at Gettysburg, General Scott (Sydney Greenstreet) and aide Taipe (Stanley Ridges) monitoring by telegraph, in They Died With Their Boots On, 1942.
They Died with Their Boots On (1942) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Gamble With Anything In his post-Civil War and pre-Cavalry period General Custer (Errol Flynn), visited by Sharp Jr. and Sr. (Arthur Kennedy, Walter Hampden) chooses pride over fortune, his wife Libby (Olivia de Havilland) concurring, in Raoul Walsh's They Died with Their Boots On, 1942.
They Died With Their Boots On (1942) -- (Movie Clip) They're Friendlies Just arrived to take command of Fort Lincoln in the Dakota Territory, Custer (Errol Flynn) discovers his cynical old West Point rival Sharp (Arthur Kennedy) has the liquor concession, leading to some exercise of authority and oratory, in Raoul Walsh's They Died With Their Boots On, 1942.
Juarez (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Your Imperial Majesty Emperor Maximillian (Brian Aherne), with aides Bazaine (Donald Crisp), Miramon (Henry O'Neill) and Mejia (Bill Wilkerson) shows some populist tendencies, angering Montares (Montagu Love), in Warner Bros' Juarez, 1939.