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Keep 'Em Rolling(1934)

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  • Finally found this movie information

    • Susan Simpson
    • 6/25/15

    Hello. My father, Harold Edwin Simpson, was in this movie. There is a scene where the men of the 16th are either playing cards or dice. There was a picture of the scene on ebay and that is how I finally stumbled onto the movie info. Dad just told us bits and pieces so I didn't have a lot to go on in locating it. However, I have not seen the movie and am trying to find a means of watching it. Can anyone help? Please email me!!!Susan SimpsonVirginia Beach Va

  • A heartfelt film

    • Tom Zelenik
    • 4/6/15

    This is a good movie that focuses on love loyalty and honoring years of duty and recognition of the heroic deeds of accomplishment because of a strong bond betweenA man and an animal in this case a horse. I'm sure many a veteran can identify with thisMovie.

  • Historically important film!

    • Lucy
    • 3/11/08

    America was about to go to war. Within 7 years after this movie came out the US Army would forever be changed. The scenes depicting horse drawn cassons and Ft. Myer as it was are, therefore, historically important. I would personally appreciate having a copy of this movie in DVD because I am a history buff and a horse owner.

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