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|The Bugle Sounds|
|Directed by||S. Sylvan Simon|
|Screenplay by||Cyril Hume|
|Story by||Lawrence Kimble|
|Produced by||J. Walter Ruben|
|Cinematography||Clyde De Vinna|
|Edited by||Ben Lewis|
|Music by||Lennie Hayton|
|Box office||$1.2 million (US rentals)|
The Bugle Sounds is a 1942 World War II movie starring Wallace Beery as a cavalry sergeant resistant to replacing horses with tanks. The supporting cast includes Marjorie Main, Lewis Stone, George Bancroft, Donna Reed, and Chill Wills, and the film was directed by S. Sylvan Simon.
In 1941, Colonel Lawton of the 19th Cavalry Regiment has to convert his unit from horses to light tanks. First Sergeant Patrick Aloysius 'Hap' Doan who has nearly 30 years in the US Cavalry with service in the Mexican Border Campaign and World War I has a hard time with the adjustments. The regiment is also to take in its first draftees. In the meantime saboteurs are attempting to destroy the tanks.
- Wallace Beery as First Sergeant Patrick Aloysius 'Hap' Doan
- Marjorie Main as Susie
- Lewis Stone as Colonel Jack Lawton
- George Bancroft as Russ
- Henry O'Neill as Lieutenant Colonel Harry Seton
- Donna Reed as Sally Hanson
- Chill Wills as Sergeant Larry Dillon
- William Lundigan as Private Joey Hanson
- Guinn "Big Boy" Williams as Sgt. Krims
- Tom Dugan as Sergeant Strong
- Ernest Whitman as Cartaret
- Roman Bohnen as Mr. Leech
- Jerome Cowan as Mr. Nichols
- Arthur Space as Hank
- Jonathan Hale as Brigadier-General
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