Ten Tall Men

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Ten Tall Men is a 1951 Technicolor comedy adventure film about the French Foreign Legion during the Rif War in Morocco. It starred Burt Lancaster, Jody Lawrance and Gerald Mohr. Though co-written and directed by Willis Goldbeck, Goldbeck walked off... read more

Ten Tall Men is a 1951 Technicolor comedy adventure film about the French Foreign Legion during the Rif War in Morocco. It starred Burt Lancaster, Jody Lawrance and Gerald Mohr. Though co-written and directed by Willis Goldbeck, Goldbeck walked off the film due to disputes with Lancaster (whose own company Norma Productions produced the film) with the film being completed by Robert Parrish. Credited as an associate producer, Robert Aldrich was a production manager on the film where he met Lancaster that led him to direct Vera Cruz for him. Robert Clary made his debut in the film as an Arab batman. Portions of the film were filmed in Palm Springs, California. The story was released as a Fawcett Movie Comic#16 in April 1951.

Original Release

10/26/1951

Cast

Burt Lancaster Sergeant Mike Kincaid
Jody Lawrance Mahla
Gilbert Roland Corporal Luis Delgado
Kieron Moore Corporal Pierre Molier
Gerald Mohr Kayeed Hussein
George Tobias Londos
Michael Pate Browning
Robert Clary Mossul
John Dehner Jardine
Nick Dennis Mouse
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Willis Goldbeck

Writers

Roland Kibbee, James Warner Bellah, Frank Davis, Willis Goldbeck

Cast

Burt Lancaster Sergeant Mike Kincaid
Jody Lawrance Mahla
Gilbert Roland Corporal Luis Delgado
Kieron Moore Corporal Pierre Molier
Gerald Mohr Kayeed Hussein
George Tobias Londos
Michael Pate Browning
Robert Clary Mossul
John Dehner Jardine
Nick Dennis Mouse
Mike Mazurki Roshko
Ian McDonald Lustig
Mari Blanchard Marie DeLatour
Donald Randolph Yussif
Henry Rowland Kurt
Frank Arnold Riff
Benny Burt Beggar
Thom Conroy Chanter, Hussin's Aide
Nick Cravat Disgruntled Riff
Gene Gary Orderly

Producers

Editors

William A. Lyon

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