The Scarlet Coat is a 1955 American historical drama film directed by John Ford and starring Tyrone Power, Leslie Caron, and Jean Peters. The film is set in 1757 during the French and Indian War and tells the story of a British officer who falls in love with a French woman. The film was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $5 million at the box office. It was nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Cinematography.

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The Scarlet Coat (1955)

Adventure · 1h 41m

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The Scarlet Coat is a 1955 American historical drama film directed by John Ford and starring Tyrone Power, Leslie Caron, and Jean Peters. The film is set in 1757 during the French and Indian War and tells the story of a British officer who falls in love with a French woman. The film was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $5 million at the box office. It was nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Cinematography.

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Cast
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Cornel Wilde

Maj. John Boulton
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Michael Wilding

Maj. John Andre
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George Sanders

Dr. Jonathan Odell
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Anne Francis

Sally Cameron
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Robert Douglas

Gen. Benedict Arnold
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John McIntire

Gen. Robert Howe
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Rhys Williams

Peter Andre
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John Dehner

Nathanael Greene
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James Westerfield

Col. Jameson
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Ashley Cowan

Mr. Brown
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Paul Cavanagh

Sir Henry Clinton
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John Alderson

Mr. Durkin
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John O'Malley

Col. Winfield
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Bobby Driscoll

Ben Potter
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Peter Adams

Lt. Blair (uncredited)
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Don Anderson

Trial Spectator (uncredited)
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Wilson Benge

Servant (uncredited)
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John Blackburn

Captain (uncredited)
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George Blagoi

Judge on Panel (uncredited)
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John Bose

Soldier (uncredited)
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Chet Brandenburg

Soldier (uncredited)
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Noble 'Kid' Chissell

Soldier (uncredited)
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Tristram Coffin

Col. Varick (uncredited)
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Phyllis Coghlan

Woman (uncredited)
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Dee Cooper

Soldier (uncredited)
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Tom Cound

English Soldier (uncredited)
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Anthony Dearden

Capt. De Lancey (uncredited)
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Jack Deery

Soldier (uncredited)
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Leslie Denison

Capt. Sutherland (uncredited)
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Jimmy Dime

Soldier (uncredited)
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Robert Dix

Lt. Evans (uncredited)
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Byron Foulger

Man with Delivery for Mr. Moody (uncredited)
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Michael Fox

Maj. Russell (uncredited)
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Paul Frees

Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
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Ronald Green

Lieutenant (uncredited)
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Dabbs Greer

Capt. Brewster (uncredited)
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Chick Hannan

Solder (uncredited)
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Don C. Harvey

Captain Leading Squad at Execution (uncredited)
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Steve Hayes

Mr. Nyby (uncredited)
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Jim Hayward

Joshua Smith (uncredited)
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Wes Hudman

Capt. Sheldon (uncredited)
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Robin Hughes

Col. Tarleton (uncredited)
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Olaf Hytten

Maj. Andre's Butler (uncredited)
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Charles Keane

Sergeant (uncredited)
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Dennis King Jr.

Boatswain's Mate (uncredited)
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Guy Kingsford

Officer (uncredited)
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Ann Kunde

Cook (uncredited)
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Ethan Laidlaw

Executioner (uncredited)
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Bruce Lester

Col. Simcoe (uncredited)
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Jon Locke

Lieutenant (uncredited)
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Keith McConnell

Lieutenant (uncredited)
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Owen McGiveney

Servant (uncredited)
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Frank Mills

Tony - Innkeeper (uncredited)
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Charles Morton

Judge on Panel (uncredited)
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Tim Nelson

British Soldier (uncredited)
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William H. O'Brien

Waiter at Party (uncredited)
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Vesey O'Davoren

Butler (uncredited)
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Manuel París

Servant (uncredited)
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Richard Peel

Sailor (uncredited)
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George Peters

Staff Officer (uncredited)
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Jennifer Raine

Miss Trumbull (uncredited)
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Barry Regan

Lieutenant (uncredited)
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Vernon Rich

Colonel (uncredited)
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Gordon Richards

Mr. Cameron (uncredited)
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Victor Romito

Soldier (uncredited)
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Phil Schumacher

Sailor (uncredited)
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Scott Seaton

Trial Spectator (uncredited)
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Sammy Shack

Soldier (uncredited)
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Clint Sharp

British Soldier (uncredited)
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Dick Simmons

Sergeant with Signalman (uncredited)
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Robert Stevenson

Stout Man (uncredited)
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Gilchrist Stuart

Officer (uncredited)
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Rick Vallin

Mounted Lieutenant Escorting Maj. Andre (uncredited)
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Harlan Warde

Captain with Colonel Jameson (uncredited)
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Charles Watts

Will Potter (uncredited)
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Charlie Watts

Will Potter (uncredited)
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Rush Williams

Soldier (uncredited)
Crew
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John Sturges

Director
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Karl Tunberg

Writer
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The Scarlett Coat

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