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One of the most overlooked directors of American cinema, Henry Hathaway never really got the recognition that he deserved amongst his peers. Today, he’s best known for his work in the film noir and western genres, the latter often at times with John Wayne (seven times, including 1969’s True Grit) and Randolph Scott (seven times, including Hathaway’s first directorial effort, 1932’s Heritage of the Desert). He also worked with Gary Cooper seven times, including The Lives of a Bengal Lancer, a loose adaptation of the autobiographical novel by Francis Yeats-Brown. Universal originally released the movie on DVD as part of The Gary Cooper Collection, but Kino has licensed the movie for its Blu-ray debut.



The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935)



Released: 01 Feb 1935
Rated: Passed
Runtime: 109 min




Director: Henry Hathaway
Genre: Adventure, Drama



Cast: Gary...

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