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The Squaw Man (The White Man) (1931)





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Cecil B. DeMille's third remake of his debut film, this was the first sound version of Edwin Milton Royle's stage western melodrama. The story centers on a British captain who heads into the American West after taking the blame for his embezzling, blue-blooded cousin to protect the reputation of his cousin's wife, whom the captain secretly loves. There he rescues a beautiful Indian woman from a lustful, wicked cattle rustler. Later he and the woman marry and have a baby. To prove her love for her new spouse, the Indian murders the cattle rustler. More trouble brews when the captain's true love comes to tell him that her husband confessed all upon his death bed and that the captain is to the new Earl.


Warner Baxter
as Capt. James Wynnegate, Jim Carsten
Lupe Velez
as Naturich
Roland Young
as Sir John Applegate
Eleanor Boardman
as Diana Kerhill
Charles Bickford
as Cash Hawkins
Julia Faye
as Mrs. Chichester Jones
DeWitt Jennings
as Sheriff Bud Handy
Dickie Moore
as Little Hal
Mitchell Lewis
as Tabywanna
Frank Rice
as Grouchy
Eva Dennison
as Lady Phoebe Kerhill
Lawrence Grant
as Gen. Stafford
Ed Brady
as McSorley
Artie Ortego
as Naturich's Brother
Herbert Evans
as Conductor
Pat Somerset
as Officer
Des Roberts
as Hardwick
Winifred Kingston
as Party Guest (uncredited)
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