|Cecil B. DeMille Director||previously directed The Crusades|
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The script originally had Anthony Quinn's character entering the campsite with no concern because he thought it was the camp of another Indian. Quinn told Cecil B. DeMille that a real Indian would know the difference between a white man's camp and that of another Indian's, and should show caution when entering. When Quinn insisted, DeMille thought about it and agreed that's how the character ought to react.
Where sun rise, white man's land. Where sun set, Indian land. White man come, take our land, kill buffalo, our food. White man promise us food. White man lie. Now Cheyenne buy white man thunder stick. Soon war drum sound in all Indian land. All tribes ride with Yellow Hand. We drive white man, like buffalo, away back to rising sun. Yellow Hand has spoken.
|Courtney Ryley Cooper||Story|
|Frank J. Wilstach||Story|
|Gary Cooper||Wild Bill Hickok|
|Jean Arthur||''Calamity" Jane Cannary|
|James Ellison||Buffalo Bill Cody|
|Charles Bickford||John Lattimer|
|Helen Burgess||Louisa Cody|
|Porter Hall||Jack McCall|
|Paul Harvey||Yellow Hand|
|Victor Varconi||Painted Horse|
|John Miljan||George Armstrong Custer|
|Frank McGlynn Sr.||Abraham Lincoln|
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