The Command

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Time Out says

Both the first film in CinemaScope from Warner Bros and the first Western in the widescreen process from any studio. This yarn of a cavalry medical officer inheriting command of a wagon train, and fighting both Indians and smallpox, has its moments; most of them thanks to the script rather than the ponderous direction, although Sam Fuller, credited with the adaptation from a James Warner Bellah novel, disowned the film after screenwriter Russell Hughes' revisions ended up on screen.
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UK release:

1954

Duration:

94 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

David Butler

Cast:

Ray Teal, Carl Benton Reid, James Whitmore, Joan Weldon, Guy Madison, Harvey Lembeck

Music:

Dimitri Tiomkin

Art Director:

Bertram Tuttle

Editor:

Irene Morra

Cinematography:

Wilfred M Cline

Screenwriter:

Russell Hughes

Producer:

David Weisbart

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