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For other uses, see Black Watch (disambiguation). The Black Watch Directed by John Ford Produced by Winfield R. Sheehan Written by Talbot Mundy James Kevin McGuinness Starring Victor McLaglen Music by William Kernell Cinematography Joseph H. August Editing by Alex Troffey Distributed by Fox Film Corporation Release date(s) 8 May 1929 Running time 93 minutes Country United States Language English The Black Watch is a 1929 American early epic adventure drama film directed by John Ford and written by James Kevin McGuinness based on the novel King of the Khyber Rifles by Talbot Mundy. The film starred Victor McLaglen. The film also starred an uncredited 21-year old John Wayne as an extra and he worked in the arts and costume department also on the film. Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Uncredited cast 4 Release and acclaim 5 See also 6 External links Plot Captain Donald King of the British Army goes to India just as World War I breaks out, convincing his comrades that he is a coward. In reality, he is on a secret mission to rescue British soldiers held prisoner there. Cast Victor McLaglen as Capt. Donald Gordon King Myrna Loy as Yasmani David Rollins as Lt. Malcolm King Lumsden Hare as Colonel of the Black Watch Roy D'Arcy as Rewa Ghunga Mitchell Lewis as Mohammed Khan Cyril Chadwick as Maj. Twynes Claude King as General in India Francis Ford as Maj. MacGregor Walter Long as Harrim Bey David Torrence as Field Marshal Frederick Sullivan as General's Aide Richard Travers as Adjutant Pat Somerset as O'Connor, Black Watch Officer David Percy as Soloist, Black Watch Officer Joseph Diskay as Muezzin Joyzelle Joyner as Dancer (as Joyzelle) Uncredited cast Harry Allen as Sandy Frank Baker as a 42nd Highlander Arthur Clayton as 42nd Highlander Gregory Gaye as a 42nd Highlander Mary Gordon as Sandy's Wife Bob Kortman as a 42nd Highlander Tom London as a 42nd Highlander Arthur Metcalfe as a 42nd Highlander Jack Pennick as a 42nd Highlander Randolph Scott as a 42nd Highlander Phillips Smalley as the Doctor Lupita Tovar in a Bit Part John Wayne as a 42nd Highlander Release and acclaim The film premiered on 8 May 1929. See also List of American films of 1929 John Wayne filmography (1926-1940) External links The Black Watch at the Internet Movie Database The Black Watch at the Internet Movie Database v · d · eThe films of John Ford 1910s The Tornado • The Fighting Gringo • The Trail of Hate • The Scrapper • Cheyenne's Pal • The Soul Herder • Straight Shooting • The Secret Man • A Marked Man • Bucking Broadway • The Phantom Riders • Wild Women • Thieves' Gold • The Scarlet Drop • Hell Bent • A Woman's Fool • The Craving (with Francis Ford) • Three Mounted Men • Roped • The Fighting Brothers • A Fight for Love • Rustlers • Bare Fists • Gun Law • By Indian Post • The Gun Packer • Riders of Vengeance • The Last Outlaw • The Outcasts of Poker Flat • Ace of the Saddle • Rider of the Law • A Gun Fightin' Gentleman • Marked Men 1920s The Prince of Avenue A • The Girl in Number 29 • Hitchin' Posts • Just Pals • The Big Punch • The Freeze-Out • The Wallop • Desperate Trails • Action • Sure Fire • Jackie • Little Miss Smiles • Silver Wings (with Edwin Carewe) • The Village Blacksmith • The Face on the Bar-Room Floor • Three Jumps Ahead • Cameo Kirby • North of Hudson Bay • Hoodman Blind • Hearts of Oak • Lightnin' • Kentucky Pride • Thank You • The Fighting Heart • The Shamrock Handicap • 3 Bad Men • Upstream • Four Sons • Napoleon's Barber • Strong Boy • The Black Watch 1930s Men Without Women • Born Reckless • Up the River • Seas Beneath • The Brat • Arrowsmith • Airmail • Pilgrimage • Doctor Bull • The Lost Patrol • The World Moves On • Judge Priest • The Whole Town's Talking • The Informer • Steamboat Round the Bend • The Prisoner of Shark Island • Mary of Scotland • The Plough and the Stars • Wee Willie Winkie  • The Hurricane • Four Men and a Prayer  • Submarine Patrol • Stagecoach • Young Mr. Lincoln • Drums Along the Mohawk 1940s The Grapes of Wrath • The Long Voyage Home • Tobacco Road • How Green Was My Valley • They Were Expendable • My Darling Clementine • The Fugitive  • Fort Apache • 3 Godfathers • She Wore a Yellow Ribbon 1950s When Willie Comes Marching Home • Wagon Master • Rio Grande • The Quiet Man • What Price Glory? • The Sun Shines Bright • Mogambo  • The Long Gray Line • Mister Roberts (with Mervyn LeRoy) • The Searchers • The Wings of Eagles • The Rising of the Moon • Gideon's Day • The Last Hurrah • The Horse Soldiers 1960s Sergeant Rutledge • Two Rode Together • The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance • How the West Was Won (with Henry Hathaway and George Marshall) • Donovan's Reef • Cheyenne Autumn • 7 Women Television "Fireside Theater" (1949) • The Bamboo Cross (1955) • "Screen Directors Playhouse" (1955) • "Wagon Train" (1957-1965) Productions The Iron Horse (1924) • The Blue Eagle (1926) • Mother Machree (1928) • Hangman's House (1928) • Riley the Cop (1928) • Salute (1929) • Flesh (1932) • The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938) • Young Cassidy (1965) Documentaries Torpedo Squadron • Sex Hygiene (1942) • The Battle of Midway (1942) • December 7th (1943) • We Sail at Midnight (1943) • This Is Korea! 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