Drums in the Deep South (1951) - Rotten Tomatoes

Drums in the Deep South (1951)





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As Civil War breaks out, two West Point roommates, one a young man from the north and the other a Southerner, find themselves on opposite sides.

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James Craig
as Maj. Clay Clayburn
Barbara Payton
as Kathy Summers
Guy Madison
as Maj. Will Denning
Craig Stevens
as Col. Braxton Summers
Taylor Holmes
as Albert Monroe
Lewis Martin
as Gen. Johnston
Peter Brocco
as Union Corporal
Dan White
as Cpl. Jennings
Louis Jean Heydt
as Col. House
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Audience Reviews for Drums in the Deep South

My copy of this film came from the Mill Creek Combat Classics 50 pack. It was produced in 1951, A story about the Civil War, This movie starts out to be something of a soap opera, a women is married to one man, but when her old boyfriend comes calling at her husbands house, she starts kissing on him, surprising for 1951. The film's location is supposed to be Georgia, but in fact actual film location was California. The Confederate forces are held up on Devils Mt, to take out Sherman?s advance on Atlanta. Watch the movie to see if it worked. The color on my DVD was completely washed out, that was disappointing. But the movie is worth 3 stars.

Bruce Bruce
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