The Santa Fe Trail (1940) – Full Length Movie with Ronald Reagan, Errol Flynn, Olvia De Havilland

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Video description: The story of a group of West Point graduates whose numbers include Jeb Stuart (Errol Flynn) and George Custer (Ronald Reagan) and the pre-Civl War events leading up to the fight between …

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    emma duncan8 years ago

    Interesting that Reagan plays George Custer, a creep who’s allegedly
    success was built on on a mass lie, in Custer’s case, perpetrated by his
    wife, in Reagans case, by the moneyed elite.

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    Tom Jones8 years ago

    Ronald Wilson Reagan ( February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was an American
    actor and politician. He was the 40th President of the United States
    (1981–89), and served as the 33rd Governor of California (1967–75) prior to
    his presidency.
    Born and raised in small towns in Illinois, Reagan graduated from Eureka
    College and then worked as a radio broadcaster. He moved to Hollywood in
    1937, where he began a career as an actor, first in films and later in
    television. Reagan served as President of the Screen Actors Guild and later
    as a spokesman for General Electric (G.E.); his start in politics occurred
    during his work for G.E. Originally, he was a member of the Democratic
    Party, but due to the parties’ shifting platforms during the 1950s, he
    switched to the Republican Party in 1962.

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    Aaron Guyton8 years ago

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    Fred Diaz8 years ago

    I like 1:18

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    Oregon Pundit8 years ago

    Historicaly inaccurate. Movie depicts several troops of USA Calvary. Col.
    Robert Lee commanded and led US Marines in the defeat of John Brown.

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    heartfire daniel8 years ago

    Possibly the worst mischaracterization of John Brown I ever heard of.
    Despite a cast to die for, a terrible film.


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