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"Allegheny Uprising" is an American 1939 film produced by RKO Pictures, and starring Claire Trevor and John Wayne. Based on the 1937 novel The First Rebel by Neil H. Swanson, with a screenplay by the film's producer, P. J. Wolfson, and directed by William A. Seiter, the film is loosely based on the historical event known as the Black Boys Rebellion of 1765, after the conclusion of the French and Indian War.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- art direction by Van Nest Polglase
- cinematography by Nicholas Musuraca
- music by Anthony Collins
- set decoration by Darrell Silvera
- genres: Black-and-white, Costume drama, Action Film, Western, Action/Adventure
- released on (75 years ago)
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How the Movies Have Portrayed the American Past by Peter C. Rollins
Stridently anti-British, Allegheny Uprising is a plea for American isolation. Drums Along the Mohawk, produced by Darryl Zanuck at Twentieth Century-Fox, directed by John Ford, and starring Henry Fonda and Claudette Colbert, opened one ...
Hollywood's Greatest Year by Thomas S. Hischak
historical adventure Allegheny Uprising is a film that just misses classic status but has strong entertainment values all the same. In Pennsylvania's Allegheny Valley in 1759, the British commander Captain Swanson (George Sanders) allows ...
Celluloid Indians (1999)
Native Americans and Film by Jacquelyn Kilpatrick
Allegheny Uprising is an interesting display of colonialism at work. The heroic settlers are colonists and imperialists, but they are fighting the representatives of the mother country, which also presents them as the colonized. The historical ...
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