The Rough Riders (film)

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The Rough Riders
The Rough Riders FilmPoster.jpeg
A poster bearing the film's alternate release name: The Trumpet Call
Directed by Victor Fleming
Produced by Lucien Hubbard
B. P. Schulberg
Written by Herman Hagedorn (story)
John F. Goodrich (adapt.)
Robert N. Lee (writer)
Keene Thompson (writer)
George Marion, Jr. (intertitles)
Starring Noah Beery
Charles Farrell
George Bancroft
Charles Emmett Mack
Mary Astor
Frank Hooper
Music by Hugo Riesenfeld
J. S. Zamecnik
Cinematography James Wong Howe
E. Burton Steene
Edited by E. Lloyd Sheldon
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release dates
  • October 1, 1927 (1927-10-01) (U.S.)
  • February 13, 1928 (1928-02-13) (Finland)
Running time
105 minutes
(13 reels)
Country United States
Language Silent
English intertitles

The Rough Riders (1927) is a silent film directed by Victor Fleming, released by Paramount Pictures, and starring Noah Beery, Sr., Charles Farrell, George Bancroft, and Mary Astor. The picture is fictional account of Theodore Roosevelt's military unit in Cuba.[1] This film had an alternate release name: The Trumpet Call.[2] The cinematography was by James Wong Howe and E. Burton Steene.

Incomplete or fragment prints of this movie are extant at the Museum of Modern Art and the Library of Congress.[3]

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