Drum, The (a.k.a. Drums) - (1938) - Open, North West Frontier
Gaudy and mappy opening sequence followed by a big splash of on-location Northwest Frontier shots, from The Drum, 1938, (a.k.a. Drums) starring Sabu, directed by Zoltan Korda.
Drum, The (a.k.a. Drums) -- (1938) - You Being An Ally Of Ours
Unlike corps drummer Bill (Desmond Tester), northwest Indian prince Azim (Sabu) lacks the sense to be nervous around Captain Carruthers (Roger Livesey), en route to seal an alliance with his dad (Amid Taftazani), in Alexander Kordas epic of the British Raj, The Drum (a.k.a. Drums), 1938.
Drum, The (a.k.a. Drums) -- (1938) - Sick Of This Darn Beard
An aide advises the governor (Francis L. Sullivan) about the under-cover work of British officer Carruthers (Roger Livesey) in the northwest of what is now Pakistan, whom we meet exchanging info in the field, in Alexander Kordas film from the A.E.W. Mason novel, The Drum (a.k.a. Drums, 1938.
Drum, The (a.k.a. Drums) -- (1938) - Lean, Hard, Hungry, Free Men
Roger Livesey and his British column from India have just arrived in the territory of Tokot, where the dreaded Prince Ghul (Raymond Massey) is plotting behind the back of his peacemaking brother, in the Korda brothers colonial epic The Drum, 1938.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- The Drum (1938)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces The Drum, 1938.